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Ars Antigua Writing Bloc Set – Classic & Slim Writing Blocs (Notepads) – Vintage Dragonfly – Two Packages of 100 Sheets Each – Total of 200 Printed Sheets

Dragonflies have been a subject for artists in many cultures. They are a frequent subject in Navajo, Zuni and Hopi Art. The dragonfly was also a popular image for jewelers and designers of the Art Nouveau period (late 19th – early 20th century).
This image is from the Ars Antigua collection of over 500,000 engravings and lithographs from the 16th to 20th century. Ars Antigua products have been sold at leading museums and institutions including the National Gallery of Art (Washington, D.C.), Morgan Library (NY), Getty Center (Los Angeles), Frick Collection (NY), Los Angeles Philharmonic Store, Metropolitan Opera Shop, etc.

These writing blocs will enhance all your business notes and business jottings. Great for personal notes, to do lists, shopping lists, invitations. The individual sheets can be placed unfolded in a standard # 10 business envelope..

Product Features

  • Rare 1850 English engraving of a dragonfly
  • Set includes 1 package of Classic Writing Blocs Package (3.62 x 8.25 inches – 2 blocs of 50 sheets each) & 1 package of Slim Writing Blocs (2.5 x 8.25 inches – 2 blocs of 50 sheets each)
  • Premium heavy 80 lb (118 gsm) archival paper – perfect for personal and business notes and jottings – both sizes fit unfolded in a #10 standard envelope – Made in America
  • Ars Antigua “signature” lightly printed image in the middle of each sheet. The finely detailed engraved original images are meticulously reproduced to show all the fine detail of the originals
  • Ars Antigua writing blocs have been sold at leading museums and cultural institutions throughout the U.S. and Europe since 1989

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