Vintage 60s Denoyer Geppert Our Democracy Chart
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:: An incredible piece, especially in that it is a nearly full set all together, this is a vintage circa early 1960s United States of America Denoyer Geppert Our Democracy chart. A lot of people find these loose paper hangings but not all together with the original metal mount. Instead of piecing this out, we are offering it as a historical collectible. It features awesome graphics and writing about what makes our democracy and society work. This chart looks like it was taken right out of a school from the 1960s, it is so awesome. For displaying in your home you can leave it all intact on the wall and have it be a conversation piece or if one diagram speaks to you more visually, you can simply undo the fasteners and take out the rest of the pages to display just the one within the mount, and then of course you can switch it up whenever you feel. It is a very versatile art piece for the wall and a truly unique / seldom found piece of history. Condition notes: some discoloration (mainly on cover), some curling of the canvas-backed pages, some fraying, some markings and holes (mainly on the front page), overall used vintage condition. Includes 10 total pages (one is the cover).
Item ID: 01487
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