Isn't the Quincy Mine an architectural gem? With this cute little State Icon print in your home or office, you'll be reminded of the Michigan landmark every time you get a glimpse of it.
Our framed digital illustration pays tribute to one of the copper mines located near Hancock in Keweenaw National Historical Park. It was owned by the Quincy Mining Company and operated from 1846–1945, and periodically through the 1970s.
-Drawn digitally with a mouse and printed in our studio
-Giclée print using archival paper and inks, so it will last a lifetime
-Comes in a handmade, hand-painted black, beveled wooden frame
-Overall frame size is approximately 3.375" x 4.125"
-Frame is thick in depth, so it can stand on its own on a flat surface, or it can hang on a wall by the sawtooth hanger that's attached to the back
-Protected by hand-cut recycled glass
-Each print is signed by the artist, Christy Johnson
-Weighs approximately 4 oz.
-Proudly made in the USA
If so, we'll include a handwritten card—just type in the Notes section what you'd like to say.
Shipping costs differ depending on weight, and USPS increases its prices yearly. In general, sending 1–6 State Icons in a small USPS box comes in at less than $10.
Exchanges can be made within 30 days of order date if your item was damaged in transit, or if the wrong item was mailed to you (but that's only happened once!). Returns will be considered on a case-by-case basis. Contact us with questions.