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Universal Declaration of Human Rights Framed Print
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights was adopted by the United Nation General Assemble at it's 183rd meeting, held in Paris on 10December 1948. This is the 2010 ISHR version of the original.

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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 N/A
32" x 48" $32 $42 $78 $271 N/A

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Universal Declaration of Human Rights Framed Print

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Can only be shipped to CA and US
Product ID: 574263919

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