Potato Peeler Patent Print Art Poster
This patent image was created by using U.S. Patent #US2,232,940 Potato Peeler was patented in 1941 by Ferdinand E. Fender. This invention represents a fruit and vegetable peeler that is suitable for paring potatoes, apples and similar vegetables and fruits. It design allows for the blade to follow the uneven surface of the fruit or vegetable and easily and completely peel off the skin without catching or skidding.
Patent prints are fantastic conversation pieces in your home, office wall, game room, man cave, workshop or anywhere else you wish to display a unique piece of fine art. You can own this print in a variety of sizes: from 8"x10" to 24"x36" in a variety of colorful backgrounds.
Your artwork is printed in the size you order on heavy archival paper with the background and size option you selected.
Prints are then carefully package in either stay flat or tube mailers depending on the image size to ensure that they arrive at your location safely.