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Thijs Postma - Poster - Douglas M-4 Discussing The Mail Plane - Metal Frame

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Feel the atmosphere of these guys talking about the mail plane getting ready for its next delivery.

It could also carry up to 2 passengers, but then the mailbag was on your lap. Can you imagine that? These Douglas M-4s were built in 1925-1926.
In 1927, a coast-to-coast service was established in cooperation between National Air Transport and the Railway Express Agency.

High quality poster with an aluminum frame. Reproduction of original handmade painting by Thijs Postma.

Characteristics / Material

  • A framed poster with museum-quality paper and a beautiful aluminum frame.
  • Museum-quality poster made on long-lasting matte (uncoated) archival paper.
  • This poster paper is more yellowish (off white) as no optical brighteners are used during production.
  • Paper-weight: 250 gsm / 110 lb.
  • Lightweight 1-2 cm (0.4-0.8") thick frame.
  • Shatterproof, transparent plexiglass.
  • Includes hanging kit, to hang in both portrait and landscape orientations.
  • Wall decoration for indoor use, e.g. living room, bedroom, office, hallway, hangar, hotel room or bed & breakfast.
  • A perfect gift for a colleague or friend.

Shipping Information

  • Free Worldwide Shipping.
  • Produced locally near you where possible.
  • Expected delivery: 3-5 workdays.
  • Shipped in sturdy packaging protecting the poster and frame.
  • The frame and poster are delivered together. The poster is not mounted in the frame.

Hanging Instructions

How Do I Mount A Poster Into The Frame?

  1. Remove packaging from the frame and locate the small metal tabs on the back of the frame.
  2. Bend the tabs through 90º.
  3. Once all the tabs have been lifted out of the way, the rear of the frame can be removed and the picture inserted into the frame.
  4. Replace the back of the frame and bend the tabs back down to hold the frame in position.