Antikamnia 1899 Calendar #3 Deco Magnet
Antikamnia (opposed to pain) Chemical Co. from St. Louis, Missouri produced limited edition "Skeleton Sketches" calendars between 1897 and 1901 to distribute to physicians and medical practitioners. The illustrations were done by a local artist Louis Crusius, who was also a physician and pharmacist himself.
Vintage illustration is combined with faux antique background styles. It is then printed on a premium quality photo paper and laminated front and back for durability - great water resistance & stain/smudge proof.
- approx. 2-1/4" x 3" or 57mm x 76mm
- rounded corners for safety
- 5 mil premium quality laminate front and back
- 30 mil flexible magnet back with grab clearance
Our Deco Magnets are great décor items for refrigerators, file cabinets, cubicle cabinets, magnet message boards, lockers and more. They also make great mini gifts to friends and family: tuck it inside a greeting card.