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Thomas Crown Affair, USA

Thomas Crown Affair, USA

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Portrait of actors Steve McQueen and Faye Dunaway in the film 'Thomas Crown Affair' by Norman Jewison, United States, 1967. © Tl Gotham Inc. LIFE and the LIFE logo are trademarks of Tl Gotham Inc.
Manufacturing:Photo by: Bill Ray
Our Artisan: Life Magazine Picture Collection, New York, since 1883
category: Art
Manufacturing: Photo by: Bill Ray
Our Artisan: Life Magazine Picture Collection, New York, since 1883
category: Art

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Manufacturer Cost:
€63,83
Modelling, Materials, Labor, Packaging
Logistic:
€9,5
Warehousing, Shipment & Return
Operations:
€2,35
Invoicing and Customer Service
Transaction cost:
€0,90
Payment Service Fees
R&D:
€0,16
Research, Design and Development
VAT:
€7,99
Tax amount
TOTAL: €84,73
Retail mark up:
The traditional retail brands calculate with a retail mark-up between 3-6 times the manufacturer costs depending on the product category.

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  • Solid Wood Frame
  • Long-lasting product

Delivery time:

10 work days

Shipping & Return policy

Quality focus

Quality focus

Color

Black & White Print on a Black Frame

Construction

Plexiglass

Details

Date: 1967

Dimensions

30x20 cm40x30 cm70x50 cm

Other

Photo by: Bill Ray

Material

Solid Wood Frame

Life Magazine

Capturing the world in pictures since 1883

The LIFE Picture collection is the visual representation of the early 20th century and one of the most important photographic archives. LIFE has commissioned more than 10 million photographs, from 1936 to 2000, collecting more than 120,000 stories, through the lens of the world's best-known and recognized photographers.

Life Magazine

Capturing the world in pictures since 1883

The LIFE Picture collection is the visual representation of the early 20th century and one of the most important photographic archives. LIFE has commissioned more than 10 million photographs, from 1936 to 2000, collecting more than 120,000 stories, through the lens of the world's best-known and recognized photographers.

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