The Strobridge Lithographing Company was a maker of advertisement posters and lithographs founded in 1847 in Cincinnati, Ohio. The company is named after Hines Strobridge who only joined the then stationery store in 1854 when it was known as Middleton, Wallace and Company, after its founding partners E. C. Middleton and W. R. Wallace. In 1859, the company changed its name to Middleton, Strobridge and Company.
Romeo and Juliet
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All our small-sized Arte Aŭdaca posters are printed on museum-graded 300GSM art paper. The large-sized posters are printed on premium quality banner media. The matte-finish on these timeless classics adds to the overall aesthetic of your space. Our frames, made of recycled polystyrene and shatter-resistant acrylic glass ensure the sturdiness of these perennial artworks.
We dispatch the orders within 1-2 days, excluding Sundays. It usually takes us 4-7 days to deliver.