This is one of the 2% of buildings that remained after WWII. Instead of rebuilding, the citizens of Warsaw have decided to let it stand. Someone had the idea of investigating who lived in the building, contacting them, or their relatives, and hanging enlarged pictures of them over the windows. It was one of the most moving sites I've ever seen.
The first row of thumbnails shows how the stamp will look when framed.
Terri Moore Photography can reproduce any U.S. stamp older than 1978. (If you choose to request a foreign stamp, each country has different copyright laws.) Stamps are a unique way for remembering a birthday, anniversary, or used simply as a beautiful piece of decorative art. Please use the Contact button on the Home page to indicate what stamp you would like, if you do not see it here.
Categories include sports, art, history, the armed services, famous people, animals, states, foreign countries, holidays, nature, religious, planes, trains, and automobiles - the list goes on!
- Unless otherwise indicated, only uncancelled, mint stamps are used.
- Next, the stamp is photographed using a high power macro lens. Only indirect, natural lighting combined with a longer exposure is used - no direct sunlight, camera flash, or harsh scanner lights.
- The digital image is then cleaned, restoring it to the original condition of the stamp’s debut.
- As with all color art produced by Terri Moore Photography, each print uses 100% cotton rag paper that is lignin and acid free. This 310g, bright white, water-resistant fine art paper is mould made, providing a strong and dimensionally stable product. It has a high white point, remarkable ink load capacity, and best-in-class image quality. The CMYK color printing process uses fade-resistant, archival, pigment-based inks, increasing the resolution and color gamut, and allowing smoother gradient transitions. The specially cut mat and backing are also acid free. The mounting material used for the original stamp is both acid free and repositionable, so that your stamp will have never been hinged, and the gum on the back left intact.
- Each stamp comes with a statement detailing the artist’s name, date and city of issue, Scott catalog number, purpose, description, and short history.
Each of these steps are taken to ensure your new work of art will be enjoyed for generations to come, and to help with the potential of increased value of the stamp. If you choose to purchase an unframed piece, please take the precaution of using a dust cover or sealing tape on the back to deter unwanted dirt or small insects. Lastly, display and enjoy your new art in an area free of direct sunlight.