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1930 Settings Unchanged St Lawrence River Canada Steamship Lines Vintage Ad
 

1930 Settings Unchanged St Lawrence River Canada Steamship Lines Vintage Ad

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Vintage ad Settings are Unchanged on the St Lawrence River
Canada Steamship Lines

Published in National Geographic June 1930

Very Good or Better Condition
It will show some wear, with maybe some discoloration and fading. It might even have a reading or unnatural crease.

This vintage ad is not a later reprint, photocopy or any kind of reproduction.

This vintage ad for Canada Steamship Lines is suitable for framing making an inexpensive decorating piece for the store, the office, the schoolroom or the home. Unframed this vintage ad can be used for scrap booking, decoupage, altered art or any other craft project.

Size (approximate) 10 inches high and 6.5 inches across

PF#308
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