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Woodwards Print

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The "Woodwards" art print is a souvenir of Vancouver's history. The original artwork is part of the Museum of Vancouver’s collection and has been carefully preserved.
This art print is part of a collaborative collection between Point Two Design Group and the Museum with the goal of celebrating Vancouver and its past. We’ve meticulously digitally remastered these artifacts to bring them back to life as art prints for your home or office decor.
Woodward's department store chain operated in Alberta and British Columbia, Canada for one hundred years, before its sale to the Hudson's Bay Company (HBC). In 1892, Charles Woodward established the first Woodward store at the corner of Main and Georgia Streets in Vancouver. On September 12, 1902 Woodward Department Stores Ltd. was incorporated and a new store was built on the corner of Hastings and Abbott Streets. Facing financial difficulties, Woodward's was sold to the Hudson's Bay Company in 1993. Woodward's was a central feature of the retail scene, especially in southwestern British Columbia, for much of the twentieth century. The chain was distinctive in that the stores included a large supermarket (the "Food Floor") as an adjunct or at some locations part of the department store. Many older western Canadians remember fondly Woodward's famous "$1.49 Day" sales, held the first Tuesday of every month. Woodward's had four house brands, Woodsonia, Woodcrest, Mercury, and Transonic. Woodsonia was the line for the best quality and value items, it was used for the hardgoods divisions such as hardware, housewares, small appliances, furniture, appliance and drug items. Mercury was Woodward's house brand for bicycles, trikes, wagons and sporting goods items. Woodcrest was Woodward's house brand for domestic department, and drug store department items. Lastly, Transonic was Woodward's house brands for TV's and electronic items.
Date of original: 1933 to 1934
Owner/distributor or the original:Mr or Mrs. Steve Kozak
Link to original.
*Frame not included

Paper options for this Woodwards Print:

Fine Art Cotton Paper:250 gsm cotton rag, museum quality, archival inks
Made of pressed cotton and recycled paper fibers, this luxuriously thick paper features a subtle, natural texture and holds inks well for a rich color saturation.

Pearlized Luster Paper:180 gsm paper, vibrant color contrast, pearlized semi-gloss finish, archival inks
Our classic paper finish is perfect for framing and offers a smooth and luminous finish with a high color contrast.

Each Woodwards Print is made to order and printed just for you! We do this both to help the environment by producing only what we need and to ensure that you receive a brand new, high-quality art print.
COVID-19 update: We sincerely appreciate your patience during these unprecedented times. Our facilities are practicing social distancing and although we're working to ship orders as quickly as possible, orders are taking slightly longer than normal to deliver.
We aim to ship orders within 2-3 business days. Please allow an extra day for processing if ordering within two days of a holiday. We ship all orders via standard ground shipping. If you require quicker shipping, please email us and we'll happily arrange that for you.
Shipping is free on all art prints shipping to the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom.
Flat $15 shipping to rest of world.

Delivery times:
US, UK and Canada: 2-5 business days / Rest of world: 10-21 business days

All of our art prints are insured and guaranteed. This means that any order lost, damaged or incorrectly printed will be replaced no questions asked.



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