‘What Variety of Cat is That?’ Chart | 1930s
Do you ever find yourself asking ‘What type of cat is that?’ Your wall needs this! This vintage chart, printed in the 1930s, depicts a dozen domestic cat breeds (as categorised in the early part of the twentieth century), with a majestic Scottish Wild Cat at the top of the sheet for comparison. The characterful illustrations make for an interesting, engaging, and very decorative piece that will suit most styles of frame.
This print has been professionally mounted with quality pH neutral materials and is ready to give as a gift or place into your choice of 10″ x 12″ frame. As with all prints from Thrilled Kitty, this piece is guaranteed to be a vintage or antique work and not a modern copy or reproduction.
Condition Report: This print is in very good condition, with no foxing or tanning evident on the paper. Very small (1mm) reddish-brown rust spot near the bottom centre of the sheet, as can be seen in the pictures. Bears some other very minor marks from the passage of time, but we note nothing that distracts from its overall appearance. Printed text on the reverse may be very faintly seen on close inspection. The sheet lies flat in the mount.
Type: Book Illustration (Explain this)
Mount & Under-mount Materials: Daler-Rowney Antique White
Framed or Unframed: Unframed (See our Framing Guide for help)
Frame Size Required: 10 inches x 12 inches (25.5 cm x 30.5 cm approx.)
Orientation (Portrait or Landscape): Portrait