Robertson Screw: Circa 1909Inv_RobertCirca_Char_12x12 $45.00
Peter Lymburner Robertson was demonstrating a spring-loaded screwdriver when the blade slipped from the screw-slot and badly cut his hand. He decided to invent a safer screw and settled his manufacturing business in Milton, Ontario in 1908 where he patented his invention in 1909. The main company building can still be found on Bronte Street today.
The Inspiration behind our Robertson Screw Circa 1909 Art Print
This art print continues my weird fascination with such a simple yet functional Canadian invention. It offers an alternative take with typography inspired by the era and makes a great addition to any collector of vintage-inspired art with a modern twist.
- Minimalist, classic design
- Rustic design and period typography
- Made in Canada gallery-style hardwood frames
- Prints are protected behind 2mm thick acrylic glazing offering the same clarity and quality as glass yet won't break during shipping
- Acid-free, foam core backing board
- Archival-grade dustcover
- Hardware installed—ready to hang out of the box!
- Photo Luster (Semi-gloss): Ultra bright white, 10 mil thick, acid-free, coated paper produces extra bold colour and high-resolution images on a semi-gloss surface
- Every ManMade Art prints is individually reproduced to museum (archival) standards with papers and inks guaranteed not to fade or yellow for up to 200 years