“His master’s voice” (1899) | Francis Barraud | Vintage wall art print
This 'His Master's Voice' print (1899) by Francis Barraud is a timeless classic. It features a painting of a dog, Nipper, listening to a phonograph. This image was later famously used with the trademark “His master’s voice” by the Victor Talking Machine Company in 1900, then RCA in 1929 and was also shortened to “HMV” for the record shops of that name.
This print is available in dimensions that include a white border to allow for framing to taste. It is packaged and delivered flat, making it easy to frame and hang in your home.
This print is a great way to add a touch of nostalgia to any room. It is sure to be a conversation starter and a timeless piece of art.
What quality of paper is used?
All prints are professionally printed to order in the UK on sustainably sourced, premium art papers of at least 230gsm, which is the equivalent thickness of approx 4 sheets of a domestic printer paper.
When will I receive my order?
As all prints are printed to order, please allow 10 days for UK dispatch. You will receive an email dispatch notification once your order has been sent. Orders are delivered via Royal Mail and associated international partners.
What about framed prints?
As all framed orders are professionally printed and framed to order in the UK, please allow 20 days for UK dispatch. You will receive an email dispatch notification once your order has been sent.
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