CW13 - A handcrafted vintage image of Frederick Douglass, imprinted on a stone. He was an abolitionist, lecturer, and journalist during the American Civil War. The image is in the public domain and is based on a picture of Frederick Douglass in the Women's Journal, April 14, 1888, in an article on womens suffrage.
The stones used are natural and therefore will vary in shape and size. While the stone you receive will be similar to that in the item photo, it may not be identical to it.
In order to properly display the image, a small stand is included. The type of display stand included may vary as explained further in the PRODUCTION & SHIPPING NOTES link on the Home page.