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We've crunched the numbers on the twelve months and 365 days in the year ahead and organized the results in an easy to read format."br""br" This walnut wood calendar holder is about 7/8" tall, 4" wide, and 3" deep. The slot is 1/4" thick and 3/8" deep. The walnut (no stains - just solid wood) has been sanded smooth and finished with linseed oil. The picture is representative - your holder will vary slightly from the pictures. "br""br" Printed on heavy weight archival (acid free) paper with archival inks (choose either cream or gray). Each page measures 5"x 7". The print won't fade or change color over the year (just keep away from direct sunlight).

And, when December 31st rolls on by, put these pages in a drawer. Take them out in 2027 and they'll be good as new. Same thing in 2038 and 2049! "br""br" Prints ship in a poly sleeve with cardboard backing in a padded envelope to ensure a crumpled mess won't shop up at your door. All of our prints make come with a lifetime warranty. Note that we do our best to represent colors accurately, but colors may vary slightly due to monitor variations.

copyright 2018, Don Clark - artist retains all rights to artwork; sale of print does not transfer reproduction rights

We stand behind our products. All Happy Bungalow items come with a use amp; care guide and lifetime warranty. Note that pictures are representative. Every card holder is unique so grain orientation and color may vary. All colors you see are natural

The calendar is made to order and typically ships in two business days business day (if ordered by 8pm EST). The base is in stock and typically ships next business day. Within the US standard shipping (USPS First Class) transit time is around 2-5 days, expedited (USPS Priority) is 1-3 days.

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