See What Others Are Saying
"I wish to express to you my appreciation for the splendid restoration of the Declaration of Independence. The work has been done with great care and has been inspired by real patriotic devotion. We are proud to give this restoration a place of honor in Independence Hall."
"Your restoration of the Declaration of Independence is a very great accomplishment, and we are most happy to have this copy in this Divison where many will admire it."
The Library of Congress
"I wish the express the gratitude of The National Archives for your reproduction of the Declaration of Independence. It has been given the place of honor in the Exhibition Hall and beside it, I have taken the liberty of placing your letter of presentation."
The National Archives
"Theodore Ohman Declaration of Independence. In 1942 master lithographer Ohman created this reproduction DOI in a two-step process: the background is a photo taken of the actual Declaration. Superimposed over this is an image taken from an original Stone engraving of the Declaration. The result is a remarkably realistic copy of the document as it would appear if the original ink not faded. Measures 32.5" x 26" Most Ohman copies are sponsored by a company and bear the name on the document, you may find them by Coca-cola, Bakeries, industrial companies, etc. "