We have a 100 percent guarantee of authenticity, and a 7day buy it and like it return policy.NO REASONABLE OFFERS REFUSED ON 4700 OTHER ITEMS! CLICK "Carmel Bay" Hand Signed by Gordon Mortensen Hand Signed and Numbered by the artist "Carmel Bay" Unframed Limited Edition Reduction Woodcut Hand Signed by the artist Size: 28" x 34" Edition Number: 41/130 Condition is Excellent/Mint 100 percent guarantee of authenticity Certificate of Authenticity is included (American Design ltd. certificate) Gallery Retail : $650.00 unframed Click to See More Gordon Mortensen Artwork In Our Store Click to See Nearly 100 More Mortensen Woodcuts!! MAKE AN OFFER!! - we'll match our price to other competitors !! You can E-mail us at :
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