Freedom’s Gate: Plimoth Plantation 1627
A print by Robert E. McGinnis depicting the Pilgrim village on a bitter-cold winter day. Robert was inspired by the Pilgrims’ bravery and determination in seeking the freedoms they desired, freedoms that would result in a great nation. And that’s how the name of the village used to be spelled, Plimoth (not Plymouth, as it is called today).
Print size: Approximately 39 inches wide by 19 inches high (including white border).
Price: US$150 per print, plus US$10 shipping and handling. (Connecticut residents add 6.35% to total of order.)
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