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P021FSHT - Helen Hyde Sheet 1
(19) Unmounted Stamps
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Stamps may now be ordered pre-cut and adhered to Static Cling Mounting Foam®.
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HelenHyde, Family, Child, Girl, Boy, Baby, Parasol, Dog, Animal, Lantern, Doll, Face, Mother, Father, Kimono, Lattice, Bird, Snow, Winter, Rain, Weather, Bonsai, Oval, Tea, Turtle, Hibachi, Toy, Woodb
Helen Hyde Sheet 1
(19) Unmounted Stamps
Actual size: 8.5 in x 11 in *
$29.95 (Postage added to order handling fee $3.00)
Some images are available in different sizes.
Please check the dimensions above before ordering.
Mounting options (more info):
Sheet of images inspired by the works of Helen Hyde, an American artist who lived in Japan from 1899 to 1914 where she learned the art of Japanese Woodblock printing. This sheet includes images of babies, children, mothers and fathers and family pets and household items.

This item is by or from Taylored Stamps
You might be interested in these related searches: Helen Hyde, Children, Parasols, Dogs, Lanterns, Dolls, Mothers, Fathers, Kimono, Birds, Snow, Winter, Rain, Bonsai, Tea, Turtles, Toys, Woodblocks, PlateP021.

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*Dimensions shown to the nearest quarter inch.

Mounting Options. If you would like your stamps trimmed and adhered to cling vinyl mounting foam, please select the "Cling Foam - not wood" mounting option above the Add to Cart button. The additional fee is shown with the option. If you change your mind be sure to change the option back to "Unmounted Rubber Die". Sheets of mounting foam are available for those who prefer to mount their own, and you might also consider the Tack N Peel system. These options can be found here.

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