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Present for all, famous philosophers poets writers, Philately, digital art, photo montage, vintage stamp book. unique model France
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This creation is a unique piece like everything that I create and it is a gift idea for lovers of literature, philosophy.
In this beautiful library, I let you discover some of the most famous French writers
You can put this digital montage in a frame with its stamp book in decoration in an entrance, a living room, a dining room or a bedroom. It will be a work of art at reasonable price and you can also please you if you are collector.
The writers whose portrait you find on both the stamps and in this creation are:
Romain Rolland (1866-1944) French writer, Nobel Prize for literature.
Jules Romains (1885-1972) French writer, philosopher, poet and playwright, member of the French Academy.
Jean-Paul Charles Aymard Sartre (1905-1980) prolific writer and French philosopher, Nobel Prize for literature he refused.
Victor Hugo (1802-1885) French poet, playwright, writer, novelist and cartoonist.
Roland Dorgelès (1885-1973) French writer and journalist member of the Goncourt academy.
François Mauriac (1885-1970) French writer, member of the French Academy, Nobel Prize for literature.
The article for sale is presented in the first view; the others are enlargements, as well as the notebook front and back.
This montage is printed on glossy semi-gloss photo paper of high quality, the stamp book being put in an envelope made to measure to protect it; it can thus be fixed without damage to him.
Everything will be slipped into a perforated plastic bag, then into a rigid cardboard envelope.
This will happen at home by registered mail with follow-up, and will be delivered against signature.
For any additional information, I remain of course at your disposal.
Some technical details:
New stamp booklet issued by France in 1985.
Serrated 13, intaglio
As an indication, the book is listed € 25 in the catalog 2019.