Available for instant download is this 1930's colorized photo of a wooden motor boat--perfect for a beach or lake house with a nautical decor. The high-res file is a scan of an original print. The file is 8" X 10", scanned at 300 dpi X 300 dpi. The original photo is a black and white image that was colorized back in the 1930s with wonderful subtle colors. The picture was taken on June 29, 1933 at Weymouth, MA upon the boat's maiden voyage. The boat was named "Invader," and was built in Needham, Massachusetts by David W. Coombs. Note that the high resolution downloaded file will have the Leaping Lemming logo removed. Image is licensed for personal use only--not for resale or for distribution on the internet.
DIGITAL FILE RESTRICTIONS
When you purchase digital files from us, you may reproduce the file for personal use only and agree not to resell the image in any form or make it available on the internet. Contact us if you would like to license the file for retail, advertising or editorial purposes.
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Because of the nature of these items, unless they arrive damaged or defective, I can't accept returns for:
At the Leaping Lemming, We like happy customers! Upon receipt of your purchased item, check for any shipping damage and Convo or email us ASAP if there is shipping damage or other issues.
We accept returns on items within 14 days of receipt. If you are returning an item for whatever reason, contact us within 14 days to arrange for a return. Once we receive the item back in good condition, a full refund (less original shipping cost) will be issued to you. Buyer is responsible for return shipping charges and original shipping charges unless we deem that an item was not as described. Returned items must be in original condition with all original parts and be packed well for damage-free shipping.
NOTE- We try and describe items as if we were the buyer so carefully read all item descriptions. Most returns can be avoided if you read sizes, descriptions, etc. carefully and Convo us with any questions you might have prior to purchasing.
The vintage items we sell are over 20 years old (some are much older) and are sold "as is." We do not imply any warranty beyond the 14 day return policy described above. This means that if an item breaks or ceases to function after 14 days of receipt no refund or return option is available.
Some large/bulky furniture items may come to you partially disassembled to keep your shipping costs down and we will state that on the item description. The buyer is responsible for correctly reassembling an item. If you have any questions about reassembly or are not certain that you have reassembled properly, please contact us prior to using the item. If you would prefer to have an item sent to you fully assembled--contact us prior to purchasing so that we can provide a shipping cost for a fully assembled piece. Note- some items may not be available for shipping if they are not partially disassembled. Fully assembled pieces are always available for local pick-up.
We attempt to describe items as best we can but be aware that vintage appliances and electrical devices may have electrical hazards so the buyer is responsible for any risks in use of them.