Baltimore: By The Dawn's Early Light Notecard by Joe Barsin, 5x7

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This vibrant quality art print celebrates the rich history that Baltimore and Maryland played in the War of 1812. Joe Barsin captures the patriotic energy that was part of Francis Scott Key's writing of the "Star-Spangled Banner" during the bombardment of Fort McHenry in Baltimore harbor. "O! say can you see, by the dawns early light ... that our flag was still there". Thirty five stars and 200 years later, Old Glory is still flying over Baltimore! This art print, illustrated by Joe Barsin of Annapolis, MD, makes for a great addition to the home or office.
  • 5 x 7, single note card with white envelope
  • No message inside
  • Vibrant high-quality offset lithography printing
  • Printed on heavy professional paper stock, 100 lb cover.
  • Illustrated and printed in USA.

Pixels has the follow options that you can order directly. 

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  • Metal Prints (Artwork is printed on metal. Colors are very vibrant)
  • Wood Prints (Artwork is printed on wood for a rustic look)
  • Acrylic Prints (Artwork is printed behind acrylic sheet for a dimensional look)

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Citizen Pride trusts Pixels to produce our prints. We have worked with them for many years and they are a proven vendor (learn more about Pixels here). If you are in the United States / Canada then your order will take about 8 to 10 business days to deliver. UK, Europe or Australia will take 10 to 17 business days to deliver. Tracking information will be provided so you can track its progress.