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09 October 2007


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I have one of these prints but its a little different the roses are pink.

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Hi: I have this poster mounted on what looks like the end of a wooden crate. It's hanging in my kitchen and I've always loved it. Do you know any more about it?

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Sorry, Kim, I don't.

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I also have this mounted on what looks like a wooden crate. I've owned it for about 23 years and my ex-mother-in-law owned it before me for like 20 years. I always assumed someone just mounted the poster but now i wonder if they weren't produce like this. Anyone know where I could find out more information on this item?

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