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Petoskey Stone giclee print
Petoskey Stone Color Note Card- #93CGP
This color note card by Maggie LaNoue
is 5 " x 7 " and vibrant color.

Price $4.50 plus shipping & handling

Color Note cards by Maggie LaNoue come with a legend of the subject of the art on the back of the card. The cards are printed on acid-free Strathmore pastelle cover stock for archive quality.

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The legend of the Petoskey Stone is as follows:

The Petoskey stone was named the state stone of Michigan in 1965.

The city of Petoskey, Michigan gets its name from an old Ottawa Indian Chief, Ignatius Petosega.  "Pet-o-sega" means "rays of the rising sun".  Petoskey Stones are named in reference to the dark-colored "eye" & radiating lines of individual Hexagonaria corallites.  These fossils were deposited by glaciers in Mich.

See also the hand signed
Giclée print of the Petoskey Stone

Vibrant color Giclée prints by Maggie LaNoue are archive quality with fade resistant ink and acid free paper.

They are fade-resistant prints lasting up to 200 years under glass.

Learn more about Giclée prints from Wikipedia, including the proper pronounciation!

*Ink lightfastness ratings are based on accelerated testing of prints on specialty media, displayed indoors, under glass or UV plex.

Actual print stability will vary according to media, printed image, display conditions, light intensity, humidity, and atmospheric conditions.

Epson does guarantee longevity of prints.

For maximum print life, display all prints under glass, UV plex, lamination or properly store them.

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