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Dover Digital Design Source #1: Victorian Frames and Borders by Dover Floral motifs, pastoral scenes, picturesque views — this elegant treasury is filled with approximately 120 black-and-white frames from authentic 19th-century sources. The images will add antique flair to invitations, advertisements, decoupages, and more.
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