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Jeffrey Shervington says
About the Olympic Motto poster…If you capture the image on disc, you should be able to go to a computerized commercial photo shop and have them blow it up to almost any size, with a choice of several papers and even linen canvas! We did this recently for a family reunion with older photos. Very reasonably priced, but not as cheap as a poster print. You have to also figure S&H with online or mail orders + time. Not cheap at all!!!!!
Good luck, Jimson.
PS: Are you still on the left/west coast or are you in Ottawa area now?
Jimson Lee says
@Jeffrey – thanks for the tip. I don’t mind spending a few bucks to give credit where credit is due.
As far a living is concerned, would you believe I live in Rome, Italy right now?
I did find one at amazon.com for $4.95 US.
Jimson Lee says
@Fred – thanks for the find.. I guess I should have searched for the word “torch”.