Olde Cape Cod
|Signed & Numbered Paper
||Original Issue Price
|21.375" x 32"
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Olde Cape Cod
marks the return of Charles Wysocki to one of his favorite
and most inspirational places. Enjoy your chance to escape the frantic pace
of today's world for a feeling of the familiar as you imagine the fresh
fragrance of the brisk fall air, listen to the rhythmic clip-clop of horse
carriages and delight in the row of shops beckoning you to come and explore.
There are walking sticks and fine lace; canaries, hats, cameos and more.
And, if you look carefully, you may even find the entrance to a very
It's a club of sorts, limited in membership and founded by none other
than Charles Wysocki himself! In fact, he informs us that memberships,
in the form of a specially designed certificate, will be officially
bestowed upon the recipient of each copy of the print, Olde Cape Cod.
If you share a love of life with the whimsical, non-sensical and nostalgic,
a membership in this limited edition organization is for you. The only
way to become a member of The Olde Cape Cod Charles Wysocki Nincompoop
Pipsqueak and Silly Twerp Society (which is without dues, meetings,
or embarrasing rituals) is to buy the print and join the townsfolk
of Olde Cape Cod in The Society's fellowship.
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