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Helmsdale, Scotland 1967 - Canvas Print

Helmsdale, Scotland 1967 - Canvas Print

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In the middle is Helmsdale Castle, the remains of which were demolished in the 1970s in order to build the new A9 road bridge. This was the location of the murder of the 11th Earl of Sutherland in 1567. The Earl and his Countess Marie Seton were poisoned by Isobel Sinclair.

Available as a ready-to-hang Canvas Print with FREE delivery anywhere in the world.

Our fade-resistant canvas is stretched around a 3/4" (19mm) thick wood frame and stapled on the back. The sides of the canvas contain a mirrored image of the print giving a unique and modern look. Canvas is tougher than paper so no need to frame it or put it behind glass. These are supplied ready-to-hang on the wall.

All of our images are exclusive to us and we scan them ourselves at high resolutions directly from the original historic transparencies or negatives which are stored in our extensive archives.

Prints are shipped in protective bubble-wrap packaging inside a strong cardboard box - most of our customers receive their prints in 7 to 10 days.

We can also supply this image in a wide variety of other formats including posters, metal or wood framed prints and aluminum. In addition we can also print the image on a wide variety of clothing and household items. Please don't hesitate to contact us to discuss your requirements.
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