Howff Cemetery 2

Howff Cemetery 2

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Limited Edition photos of Dundee:

Aspect Ratio 1:1

Small Limited Edition of 250

Medium Limited Edition of 150

Large Limited Edition of 50

Your print is hand signed including Limited Edition Number.

Howff is an old Scots word for 'meeting place'. It seems a rather strange name for a graveyard. However the site was previously where the Nine Trades of Dundee would meet in the sixteenth century. 

It's Dundee's oldest surviving cemetery, the final resting place of many of the city's prominent sons and daughters right up to the mid 19th century. Among them is James Chalmers, inventor of the adhesive postage stamp.

Photo taken from Howff Cemetery Dundee.

Please Note: The print does not include a frame.

Description: Dundee, Howff Cemetery Dundee


Aspect Ratio 1:1

Small:

  • Limited Edition Fine Art Print: Edition of 250
  • Picture: 200 x 200mm (7.7" x 7.7")
  • Paper size: 300 x 300mm (12" x 12")
  • 50mm (2") white border around image for mounting

Medium:

  • Limited Edition Fine Art Print: Edition of 150
  • Picture: 280 x 280mm (10.8" x 10.8")
  • Paper size: 400 x 400mm (16" x 16")
  • 60mm (2.4") white border around image for mounting

Large:

  • Limited Edition Fine Art Print: Edition of 50
  • Picture: 480 x 480mm (18.9" x 18.9")
  • Paper size: 700 x 700mm (28" x 28")
  • 110mm (4.3") white border around image for mounting