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Under the Berne Convention for the Protection of Literary and Artistic Works, and similar international treaties, copyright in an artistic work can be granted only if the work is original. Artistic merit is of no consequence. But what is “original enough” to be granted copyright is left to individual countries to determine, and some countries require a higher level of originality (or creative input) than others. There are inevitably many grey areas. In Bridgeman Art Library v. Corel Corp. (1999), the New York District Court held that "a photograph which is no more than a copy of a work of another as exact as science and technology permits lacks originality. That is not to say that such a feat is trivial, simply not original." In spite of the effort and labor involved in creating professional-quality slides from the original works of art, the Court held that copyright did not subsist as they were simply slavish copies of the works of art represented. In this website images of such works are considered to be "{{PD-scan}}" (Public Domain scanned image of the original). Any errors of copyright and/or attribution in this website should be submitted by email to this site for correction.

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All art is shipped via USPS, UPS or FedEx. Tracking information is provided to the buyer by shipper. Orders of $50 or more are insured at our cost for the purchase price. Orders are usually shipped within three business days. We ship only within the 48 contiguous states. Special orders may take longer to fulfill.

In the event your order is delivered with a manufacturing defect, we will replace it at no charge, provided you contact us within three days of its delivery. We cannot be responsible for loss or damage by shipping carrier or events beyond our control, and any claims should be filed by the purchaser with the shipping carrier (we provide you with emailed copies of all shipping and insurance documents for the purpose of tracing your order in shipment).

Prior Sale
Prior Sale may take place on some items offered for sale herein. Such may take place when select items also are offered on other outlets, such as eBay. Check for such listings, as prices may be lower than those indicated herein.

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