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Collector C-Print Options and Pricing

Medium Format Open Edition Prints

10″ x 14″ Open Edition

  • print alone*  $175
  • print mounted and 4-ply matted for framing***  $220
  • print matted and framed  $275 (See example.)

16″ x 24″ Open Edition

  • print alone*  $300
  • print mounted and 8-ply matted for framing  $390
  • print matted and framed  $545
  • print museum-mounted**  $475 (See example.)

Large Format Limited Edition Prints

24″ x 36″ Limited Edition of 180 prints

  • print alone*  $800
  • print mounted and 8-ply matted for framing  $930
  • print museum-mounted**  $1055 (See example.)

27″ x 40″ Limited Edition of 90 prints

  • print alone*  $1200
  • print mounted and 8-ply matted for framing  $1345
  • print museum-mounted**  $1500 (See example.)

NOTES

  • shipping and applicable sales tax are additional (No shipping charge for Flagstaff or Phoenix pickup.)
  • mounting surfaces, mats, and framing materials are archival
  • Conventionally-framed prints are glazed with acrylic, not glass.
  • *CAUTION: To prevent damage, have your professional framer open unmounted “print alone” packages, especially those in larger sizes. Self-framers should order mounted and matted (ie: ready-to-frame) prints!
  • **Frameless “museum mount” prints are bonded to Dibond aluminum-and-polyolefin sheet with museum-back subframe, with a UV-protective film laminate over the print surface. (See example.) Greg’s favorite!
  • ***For those on a budget: the mounted 10″x14″ print is matted to a standard 16″ x 20″ frame size available in your local craft or discount store. (See example.)

** “I prefer this type of museum mounting for large prints due to its non-glare surface, eliminating reflections. Also, I feel that matting often reduces visual impact of the print. Finally, matting and framing such a large print increases the size beyond normal shipping dimensions, making it very expensive to ship.” Greg

©2016 Gregory N. Brown

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