Framed Flag for Hope Limited Edition Serigraph

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Framed Flag for Hope Limited Edition Serigraph

$4,500.00

  • Serigraph is 43″x 23″ Museum Quality Reproduction
  • Overall Framed Dimension is 51″ x 31″
  • Beautiful 2-Piece Frame with Patriotic Red Inner Border Trim
  • Generous Matting Imprinted with “The Flag for Hope” and “Unity. Honor. Peace.”
  • Artful Black Matting on the reverse to showcase the Star Signatures
  • Highest Quality Ultra Violet Protection Art Glass
  • 30+ Screen process to ensure rich, beautiful depth and image quality
  • 2-Sided Canvas
  • Printed on Fredrix Archival Canvas
  • DNA Coded to protect against being counterfeited

Purchase Includes:

  • Custom Framed Accent
  • 24K Gold-Plated Flag for Hope Pledge Commemorative Coin
  • Certificate of Authenticity
  • Frame-Ready Documents including
    • Description of The Flag for Hope Project
    • Flag for Hope Star Map
    • “I am Flag For Hope” Narrative
    • Flag for Hope Pledge
    • Notable Places and People

Product Description

Your Flag for Hope Serigraph is a stunning investment.

Each individual Flag for Hope Serigraph is produced by a skilled craftsman to ensure a museum-quality reproduction. Serigraphy is a method of reproduction where each nuance, detail, and texture is captured and carefully reproduced. Read more about serigraphs

The original Flag for Hope is the result of a once-in-a-lifetime journey to create a National Treasure and will be exhibited in prominent museums across the country, ultimately going on permanent exhibit in a national museum.

All 50 Flag for Hope Stars personally painted their own star and signed the back of the original canvas. Your Flag for Hope Serigraph is TWO-SIDED to capture this incredible assembly of American icons. There has never been, nor will there ever be again, a collaboration of this magnitude and diversity.

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