Woman Is Born Free Print

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The Declaration of the Rights of Woman and of the Female Citizen was published on 15 September 1791 by Olympe de Gouges, a French playwright and political activist whose feminist and abolitionist writings reached large audiences. Number 1 of the 17 part declaration reads:

''Woman is born free and remains equal to man in rights. Social distinctions may be based only on common utility.''

Get this unique reproduction print to commemorate this work!

Product Details
  • Dimensions: 9'' x 7''
  • Each of these items is a one of a kind, hand made print created on an authentic reproduction of Ben Franklin’s printing press at the Franklin Court Printing Office in Philadelphia.
  • Each letter is hand set into the reproduction composing sticks, then ink is applied by hand with reproductions beaters. Finally, the paper is loaded under the type set and a lever is pulled to create the print. Each print is hung to dry before making its way to customers.
  • Take home a unique piece of history. Due to the one of a kind nature of this item, some variation may occur.
  • Watch the Printing Press in Action


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