During the 19th century the French firm of Pellerin produced extraordinary printed construction cut-out sheets known to collectors as "Imagerie D'Epinal". The models ranged from railroad stations and aeroplanes to architectual wonders, and each was wonderfully color-lithographed. Naturally, most of these sheets were cut and assembled at the time, so to find an old-store-stock cache of uncut sheets (each is different) is an extraordinary find. They look fabulous framed! We'll choose one for you.