Herb Booth - "Mid Morning Mallards" - Full Sheet GiClee - 8 of 150 - Mint Condition, Brand New Custom Sporting Frame, Featuring A Classic Greenhead Mallard Hunting Scene. Frame Dimensions 32" High x 40" Long. This GiClee Has The New Style "Deckled Edges" Which Frames Up Very Nice On A 3D Floating GiClee Mount. This GiClee Was Published, Printed and Offered For Sale In Honor Of The Life and Times Of Texas Artist Herb Booth - Signed by the Artist and Represent His Extensive and Exceptional Contribution To The Sporting Art World.
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