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"D" Architecture Monogram Greeting Cards (Pk of 20


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"D" Architecture Monogram Greeting Cards (Pk of 20

The Architecture Monogram Series features classical architectural follies designed in the shape of letters from the original 1773 manuscript Architectural Alphabet by architect J.D. Steingruber.

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Product Number: 030-355856725
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Keep in touch with friends and family with our unique and custom greeting cards.
  • Choose from three size options: Note Card (4" x 5.6"), Greeting Card (5" x 7"), or X-Large Greeting Card (7.8" x 11")
  • Includes 20 cards and 20 white envelopes
  • Available in your choice of paper finish: matte or glossy
  • High quality, chlorine and acid free paper consisting of 30% post consumer waste and 50% total recycled fiber

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ATTENTION: Please note that each letter in the Architecture Monogram Series meticulously recreates the over 200-year-old manuscript of architect J.D. Steingruber. The original designs were hand drawn and the architect's hand can be seen in the occasionally subtle shifts in the line work. The parchment pages show natural variations in color from one another. The pages, although preserved, show the beauty marks of aging. These are not imperfections. These distinct characteristics add to the unique quality of this rare work.
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