Vintage Skiing Trading Card
© Vintage Winter
This poster was originally a collectible trading card by Liebig. Liebig was founded in 1865 and started printing lithograph trading cards in 1872. This card was most likely printed in the 1920's. It features a few skiers waiting in line to 'earn their turns', with the skier in the background performing Salita a spina di pesce (tr. herringbone climb). Wonderful natural colors make this print an instant fit in your home decor. In the style of pointillism, this is a timeless print available in a variety of finishes.
Kodak Endura Prints - Our standard print is on Kodak Endura Professional photo paper with a fine grain pebble texture. Kodak Endura uses state-of-the-art image stability and lasts 100+ years in typical home settings.
Metal Prints - Metal Prints are a one-of-a-kind artform where our images are transferred directly onto aluminum and preserved with state of the art finishes that make everyone say WOW! We bet you have never seen a more brilliant and impressive print! The colors are vibrant and the luminescence is amazing. Our metal prints feature square corners and a custom mounting system that 'floats' the image off the wall by ~1/2 inch (see below).
Canvas Gallery Wraps - Our Canvas prints are truly beautiful. We print them on a custom Giclee canvas with a glossy laminate, a sawtooth hanger, paper backing and bumpers (see below).
Weather you select a traditional print on professional Kodak Endura Lustre photo paper or the velvety soft Fujicolor Crystal Archive, or a striking Metal Print on aluminum your wall is about to get some well deserved love!