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Western Duck, Audubon Leipzig Edition

Kimberly & Darrell Lynn

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Western Duck, Audubon Leipzig Edition
Western Duck, Audubon Leipzig Edition
Western Duck, Audubon Leipzig Edition
Western Duck, Audubon Leipzig Edition
Western Duck, Audubon Leipzig Edition

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Product Information

Vintage, antique, or gently used
Made of:
ink on paper; frame, wood
30.5''L x 1''D x 25''H
gold frame
some wear on frame

Why We Love This

"Audubon Leipzig Edition Volume II horizontal print professionally framed with archival materials in Stockholm, Sweden. The Audubon Leipzig Edition is a limited edition facsimile reproduction of some of John J. Audubon's original Birds of America prints. A high quality double elephant folio (DEF) sized reproduction edition was published in 1972 in Leipzig, Germany. Of the 1000 copies printed, 500 sets were bound into volumes, and the remaining 500 of each print were to be sold loose. "

About Kimberly & Darrell Lynn

Kim Lynn is a design maven with a penchant for storytelling, vignettes, and peppering a very traditional setting with punches of Mid-Century Modern. She and her husband, Darrell, have relocated to their Nashville, TN, roots after 15 years of life and travel in Tokyo; Stockholm; Bilbao, Spain; Sarasota, FL; and Atlanta. The Lynns continue to go off the beaten track (and to a network of resources cultivated during two decades of shopping estates) to curate a standout mix of antique and vintage furniture, accessories, and art.