John James Audubon came to America to avoid being forced to serve in Napoleon Bonaparte's army. What he found in the United States was an amazing world to explore.
Audubon began his journey sketching birds with a pencil, he later moved on to watercolors and eventually amassed the greatest collection of avian artwork ever assembled. We've featured just four of his many paintings detailing the wonder of familiar feathered creatures.
In his paintings, you can see Audubon's respect and wonder for the birds of America. Now you can place a little piece of his legacy on every envelope.
A self-adhesive backing will make the task of preparing out going mail easy, and Audubon's art will create a fantastic finishing touch.
Get your very own Audubon Birds Address Labels today! Now you can also order a matching checkbook cover and personal checks.
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