Country Music 1430 On Your Radio Print
Inked by hand every time it is printed in the twenty-first century, this one sheet block (approximately 40" wide by 26" high) advertised WENO radio station, out of Nashville, Tennessee. A straightforward message was supported by a friendly face, and carved by hand, into a wood print block.
If you loved country music and lived in Nashville right after World War II, you'd tune your radio to 1430 AM, to listen to WENO, the only radio station in the city at the time with country music as its major format.
- Size: 40" x 26"
- Restrike of historic radio station advertisement.
- Letterpress print.
- Printed on a Babcock Optimus 6 (originally) and a Vandercook 28-42.
- Handmade in Nashville, Tennessee.