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A Leonetto Cappiello print circa 1930 for Cachou Lajaunie, the tiny licorice-based candies. Still made today in Toulouse, France, where they were originally invented by pharmacist Leon Lajaunie in 1890 to promote fresh breath.
Prints are professionally printed on 230gsm acid-free, wood-free, pH-neutral, archival matte paper using premium archival pigment inks.
This design is available in the following formats:
• Unframed Print
• Framed Print (white, black, natural oak or dark oak timber)
• Stretched Canvas
• Un-stretched Canvas
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