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Our Lady of Guadalupe Framed Print
Our Lady of Guadalupe appeared to a humble man, Juan Diego in Mexico. The image was miraculously emblazoned on his tilma December 12th, 1571 when he presented Castilian roses to Bishop Zumrraga.

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Poster Wall Decal Mounted Print Canvas Art Framed Print
11" x 16" $9 $12 $20 $64 $69
16" x 24" $12 $16 $28 $89 $89
21" x 32" $18 $22 $40 $140 $119
26" x 40" $24 $31 $55 $196 $149
32" x 48" $32 $42 $78 $271 $239
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Our Lady of Guadalupe Framed Print

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Can only be shipped to CA and US
Product ID: 579693916
$69
 

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Prints are framed behind plexiglass cover within a 2"black wooden frame and are double white matted. Framed prints are a great way to add style and sophistication to your home or office.


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Our Lady of Guadalupe with images of unborn babes in the womb.
Our Lady of Guadalupe (Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe) or the Virgin of Guadalupe (Virgen de Guadalupe) is a miraculous image of the Virgin Mary appearing on Catholic Juan Diegos tilma on Dec. 12, 1531
A statue of Our Lady of Guadalupe which is the title given to the Virgin Mary after appearing, according to legend, to Saint Juan Diego Cuauhtlatoatzin, an Aztec convert to Catholicism.