Vintage Alpine Climbing 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 man rapelling down after a long alpine climb. Notice the amazing detail the artist captured...the tricouni and hobnails on the boots, an old wooden ice axe, hemp rope, etc. Great natural colors make this print an instant fit in your home decor. A great poster 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 a typical home setting. Check out our competitors who use plain generic printer paper for twice the cost!
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 glossy finishes that make everyone say WOW! I bet you have never seen a more brilliant and impressive print! The colors are vibrant and the luminescence is amazing. Our metal prints feature 1/8" rounded corners and a custom mounting system that 'floats' the image off the wall by 1/2 inch (see photo).
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