Cemeteries are museums without walls.Here’s a collection of 5 by 7 inch postcards from our collection of gravestone rubbings documenting 18th & 19th century epitaphs as works of art as well as history.
~NEW~18th and 19 Century Historic Fatalities and Tragic Events Post Cards
Each post card is printed on black heavy stock paper with silver ink.Envelopes for mailing are included.
However, you will want to frame them all.They are that beautiful.10 cards and 10 envelopes packaged in an uniquely illustrated folder with additional information documenting each reproduced grave stone rubbing.Ten cards with 10 envelopes $20.00
Click here to see the various cards.
Artist, Robert Greenberg,
achieves national attention by rubbing the ancient stones in the oldest New Haven,
Connecticut cemetery.He uses our Aqaba rubbing paper and wax for this unique
Gravestone Artwear is honored to have worked with Cider Mill Press, and Suzy Brown, Preview Site Manager at the 9/11 Memorial in New York City, to create a kit specially designed to suit the museum’s requirements
I just want you to know how great I think your products are! I am now using them almost once a week for an 8-12 educational program. The teachers and students are in love with the program and activities especially the gravestone rubbings. It has allowed the students to connect to the past and poetry as the program is centered around the poem by Archibald MacLeish, “The Young Dead Soldiers”. Thank you for keeping this ancient tradition alive and being the only supplier I will work with! Plus, the customer service you provide is the best.
Mary J. Maya
Heritage Program Education Specialist
San Francisco, CA