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The Perfect Christmas gift for fans of Anders Osborne DSCTS EXTENDED THRU NEW YEARS DAY
DSCTS EXTENDED THRU NEW YEARS DAY
Anders Osborne and Jerry Moran of Native Orleanian Fine Photography have joined forces once again to offer special limited-edition 13x19 prints and 16x24 Museum Wrapped Canvases autographed by Anders Osborne(personal messaging avail upon request). Anders has personally selected a few of his favorites from Jerry's archives along with some fresh shots from last weekends 2014 Holiday Spectacular which are viewable at the following link, http://www.nativeorleanian.org/anders_osborne_holiday_gallery . If you would like a personal message from Anders along with the autograph, simply order online and at checkout , there is a special instructions box available. These pre- autographed prints, normally $225ea will be available for purchase thru 12-25-14 via the Native Orleanian Fine Photography web store. Discount's on these limited edition PRINTS for Anders's Fans applicable ONLY in the “Anders Osborne Holiday Gallery” are as follows,
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