1945 Press Photo Prisoners Japanese Malnutrition Dysentry Tjideno Camp For Sale
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1945 Press Photo Prisoners Japanese Malnutrition Dysentry Tjideno Camp:
1945 Press Photo Prisoners Japanese Malnutrition Dysentry Tjideno Camp
Custom label is BRI459331
We are selling the original press photos which have been sitting in drawers, folders and boxes at newspapers' offices for decades. All of my photos are in used condition and none have been officially rated. The best indication of condition is the scans you see on the listing which are scans of the individual photo being sold and not a stock image. Please study the images carefully to determine the condition of this vintage photograph, as it may not be in perfect condition. It may contain wrinkles, cracks, and possibly even tears due to its age and how it was handled before it got to us.
This vintage photograph is offered for sale as a collectible item and conveys no transfer of copyright.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: CanI justdownload a digital version instead?
A: No, we sell only vintage originals and do not make or distribute any copies, including digital ones.
Q: Do you combine shipping and invoices?
A: Multiple photos won on the same seller ID combine automatically through the checkout process. If you encounter problems with this, send us a message via messaging and we will send you an invoice. Due to limitations, we cannot combine items won on our different seller IDs for a single shipping charge.
Q: How quickly do you ship the items once paid?
A: We ship within one business day after your payment clears.
Q: How do you make sure my photograph arrives safely?
A: We package each order between two cross-corrugated pieces of cardboard to ensure that the package is as difficult to bend as possible. We then send each order in a plastic envelope to help protect against moisture. We want you to rest assured that we take every precaution to ensure that the photograph you receive will be in the same condition in your care as it was in ours.
Q: Will the "Vintage Image Photos" watermark be on my photo when I receive it?
A: No, the watermark is digitally added to prevent online image theft. It is not on the actual photo.
Q: What are your office hours?
A: for us is a business, and a very fun one to be in! We are open M-F 9 to 5 (CST). Therefore, we do not return e-mails and phone calls over the weekend. We observe the following holidays: New Year’s Day, President’s Day, Memorial Day, Fourth of July, Labor Day, Columbus Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas Day.
Q: Where did all these vintage photos come from?
A: These original vintage photographs are from various news service and newspaper photo archives from locations around the country including: Boston, Detroit, Tampa, Chicago, Denver, Seattle, New Orleans, Milwaukee, Portland, Spokane, and more. We do not copy or reproduce any photographs -- every item is a unique vintage piece that was housed in a news archive.
Q: Can I use this photograph in my book/blog/website?
A: Our official answer to copyright questions is: “This vintage photograph is offered for sale as a collectible item and conveys no transfer of copyright.”
Copyright laws are fairly complex. Some, but not all of our photos copyrights have expired into the public domain.
These works have expired into the public domain:
-All works published in the U.S. before 1923
-All works published with a copyright notice from 1923 through 1963 without copyright renewal
-All works published without a copyright notice from 1923 through 1977
-All works published without a copyright notice from 1978 through March 1, 1989, and without subsequent registration within 5 years.
Since we don’t know which of these rules apply to each photo, you can contact the newspaper that originally published the photograph (if it’s still in business) to obtain copyright permission if you are wanting to reproduce it..
Q: Do you relist items (in case I miss an sale ending)?
A: sale items that receive no offers are relisted in our store as a fixed-price item and at a higher price than the starting sale price.
Q: Do you leave response?
A: Yes, we always leave response for buyers. Our software monitors when our buyers leave us response, then notifies us that we can leave response for the buyer. Rest assured, if you leave response, we will do the same!
Vintage Image Photos was formed in December 2010, with a single scanner working out of a home office to digitize newspaper photo archives. We can now archive hundreds of photos per day, which allows us to bring thousands of fresh sales per week to the world's largest online sale marketplace. We are constantly adding to our inventory, and have assembled an archive of hundreds of thousands of photos to date. We have photos from newspapers from Cleveland, Detroit, Boston, Denver, Seattle, Tampa, St. Petersburg, Chicago, and New Orleans.
We want to make sure your every transaction you have with Vintage Image Photos is a great buying experience. We do our best to describe and show each item accurately. The pictures in the listing are scans of the actual photo, not a stock image,so you know exactly what to expect. We use tracking for every shipment and respond within one business day to all messages and requests. If, for any reason, you’re not satisfied with a photo, we offer a 60 day return window, the longest one available on .
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