S200 – Scherenschnitte swan bookplate
This beautiful swan design features an old Viennese scissor cut out (“Scherenschnitte”) which was brought from Europe in the early 1930’s by Arthur Morgan, the well-known president of Antioch College, and his wife, Lucy. It was introduced by the Antioch Bookplate Company — which was founded by their son, Ernest Morgan — in the mid 1930s. This design has room for two or three lines of text, if needed.
This design is 4 inches high and 3 inches wide. It will be custom printed with the name or text of your choice on non-glossy, self-adhesive paper with a peel-off backing. The paper, adhesive, and ink are archival quality and acid-free. Unless otherwise requested, these are printed on cream-colored paper, similar to what is shown here. If you choose brown ink, both the artwork and your text will be printed in brown.