Gray Eagle, Professionally Restored Reprint of Vintage Native American Indian Sioux Man Photograph by Herman Heyn #nativeamericanindians
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Gray Eagle, Professionally Restored Reprint of Vintage Native American Indian Sioux Man Photograph by Herman Heyn #nativeamericanindians





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"Gray Eagle" is a restored reprint of a vintage photograph taken by photographer Herman Heyn around 1900. Gray Eagle is a member of the Sioux tribe and the photo was taken in Omaha, Neb. The watermark is not on the actual print. This is an 8.25 X 11-inch restored photograph printed on 11 X 14-inch archival, matte-finish photo paper. The second photo with the white border is what you will receive. It is hand-titled in pencil. Can be printed untitled with standard 3/8 inch border upon request. • I have one of the largest collections of restored Native American photographs available. You won't find finer quality restored reprints anywhere for the price, with a 14-day return policy. • I am a professional photographer and painstakingly, and lovingly, restore every photograph, removing all the scratches, dust, age spots and adjust the exposure and tone. Compare mine to others and you will see the difference. • I print all photos myself on heavy, archival matte-finish photo paper. I INCLUDE a 1-/8 inch foam-core backing with all my photos and they are READY to frame. All fit in a standard 11 X 14 inch frame. Larger sizes available upon request. • I ship free via insured USPS Priority Mail. All photographs are shipped flat and DOUBLE-BOXED. They are not shipped curled up in a cheap tube via First Class. Professional fine art photographers, Kirby and Cindy Pringle create whimsical "dog people" photographs. We are also the authors of three children's books: "The Butterfly That Would Not Fly," "Happy Tails: Earl and Pearl on the Farm" and "Happy Tails: The Call of Nature." As time allows, Kirby loves restoring Native American photos taken between 1880 and 1923. Thank you and please go to our website — www.dogtownartworks.com — or http://www.etsy.com/shop/DogtownArtworks/about/ for more information about us.

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