Words:Handwritten with famous vendors and historical facts about the Reading Terminal Market
Charity: A portion of proceeds benefits Reading Terminal Market About Art of Words: Since 2008, word artist Dan Duffy has been handwriting famous points of places in Philadelphia to create unique gifts of art. This piece was done as a fundraiser for Reading Terminal Market
$49.99 - Unframed Fine Art Print - 16"x20" (Standard Size)
$229.99 - Double Matte + Framed Print - 22"x26"
Additional Info - Hand signed by the artist - Made in the USA - Printed on acid free, archival matte paper
Looking for a unique Philadelphia gift? This Reading Terminal Market poster is the perfect unique decor for any home!
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