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Silent Auction - Bid for Photo printed canvases of Looe

All proceeds go to support Looe RNLI

One of these artistically inspired photo printed canvases could soon be yours. Well known local photographer Berty www.facebook.com/bertyphotos has donated all four to raise funds for Looe RNLI and one or more could soon be on your wall. Whether for a Christmas present, a permanent memory of your holidays here, or you just like the pleasing balance of colours and local perspectives, you only have a few days to secure your photograph/s and support Looe RNLI. Please note collection only, as we are unable to safely post such large objects.
1. Looe Banjo Pier 120 cm x 60 cm Note that the canvas you will receive does not have the Berty watermark
The RNLI is the charity that saves lives at sea Royal National Lifeboat Institution, a charity registered in England and Wales (209603) and Scotland (SC037736). Registered charity number 20003326 in the Republic of Ireland
2. Looe River Upstream from town bridge 80 cm x 40 cm Note that the canvas you will receive does not have the Berty watermark
3. Looe Harbour Facing West Looe 80 cm x 40 cm Note that the canvas you will receive does not have the Berty watermark
4. Looe Island From Hannafore 80 cm x 40 cm Note that the canvas you will receive does not have the Berty watermark
These photographs have been professionally printed on canvas and stretched onto a wooden frame The images extend onto the neatly wrapped frame edges to create beautiful and spacious portraits of Looe Click on any image to enlarge it

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Thanks to everyone who placed a bid. We do not publish winning bids.

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