Post-processed scan of an antique Easter card dating back to the Victorian era, circa before 1905 and hence fair game for me to offer as stock.
One thing I discovered with Victorian cards, they typically used a process called chromolithographic printing, and while I am no expert in printing, I found that chromolithographs are a lot easier to scan at high res versus later images that used halftone (which tend to produce an unattractive moire pattern).
All this to say that despite our advances in technology, some things were crafted a lot better in the old days. Perhaps a reminder why Art is Timeless...
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