Chain Saw Patent Art Print with a Border in a Rustic Oak Wood Frame M14275

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Manufacturer Description

This Framed Chain Saw Patent Print comes in a Rustic Quartersawn Oak Wood Frame.

Own a piece of History with this great Drawing reproduced from the original US Patent for a Chain Saw Construction. It was invented by Strunk Leonard M and filed on September 2, 1954. It was issued on March 25, 1958 by the United States Patent and Trademark Office.

This Frame is not plastic, not fiberboard, not artificial wood, but real Wood. It is made from solid quartersawn Oak Wood with a blackish/brownish finish that includes rich wood grains throughout. It features a 1.75" width and is 0.75" tall off the wall.

Each Patent Print is printed on premium heavyweight paper with archival inks that will last many years to come!

This Framed Patent Print is easy and ready to hang. It will make a great piece of Artwork for any Wall.

Made in USA!

Product Features

High Quality Rustic Quartersawn Oak Wood