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Sam The Record Man

Sam The Record Man

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Sam the Record Man was a Canadian record store chain that, at one time, was Canada's largest music recording retailer. The Yonge St. location closed in 2007. The sign was removed and can be seen on Dundas Square.

1120- Sam The Recordman

SIZES:
Greeting Card: 5x7 bifolded
Medium Framed Print: 8x10 print, 11x14 mat
Large Framed Print: 12x16 print, 16x20 mat
Large Canvas: 20x25
Extra Large Canvas: 24x30

All work done in-house | Original Photograph by Roberto Riveros

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About Our Canvas

Our beautiful and vibrant gallery-wrapped 100% cotton canvases come ready to hang. Every canvas is printed in-house using only archival-quality ink and lacquered with specialized canvas varnish to ensure that the canvas will not fade while providing a brilliant shine and water resistance. Our canvas is hand-stretched on 100% wood stretcher bars with a 1 ½ inch depth. We can print canvases to any size on request. Leave a note below if you need a larger canvas.

About Our Matted Prints

Printed on luster paper with archival-quality ink, the quality of our Giclée prints is second to none. Our prints have a stunning amount of detail and vibrant colors. We use acid-free mats and backing so the print is protected and ready to drop into any 11”x14” frame.

About Our Frames

Our standard Toronto Landmarks moulding is 1 1/8" wide and 3/4"in depth. It is made of real wood, not plastic or MDF. We have hundreds of other frames to choose from - leave a note below if you need a custom frame.

About Our Greeting Cards

Printed on 360gsm matte paper using archival-quality ink, our folded greeting cards are vibrant and detailed. The card has a blank inside for writing your own message. Cards are 5x7 and come individually wrapped with an included envelope.

All work done in-house | Original Photograph by Roberto Riveros