1889 First Computer Patent Print, Art of Compiling Statistics Wall Art, 1st Computer Drawing Illustration, Computer Geek Gift Idea

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Shipping to United States: $5.00

1889 First Computer Patent invented by Herman Hollerith. The patent was issued by the United States Patent Office on January 8, 1889. This invention was for the Art of Compiling Statistics.

All patent artwork and illustrative drawings have been specially designed to create a one-of-a-kind piece of art that can be nicely displayed as a unique addition to your décor.

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Please Read Notes:
1. All images shown are purposefully lower resolution for faster upload speed and to prevent others from duplicating my work. Your print will be printed in high resolution on archival, matte paper.
2. FRAME is NOT included. Prints come UNFRAMED and UNMATTED
3. Other COLORS and SIZES are available. Please send me a message thru Etsy.
4. Colors on your monitor may vary slightly from the actual product.
5. Printed on 60LB, 10 mil, 230gsm, archival matte paper using a Giclée print process utilizing a 10-color pigment ink system that creates a museum quality print.
6. All orders ship in a clear, acid-free protective sleeve and a rigid envelope or tube to ensure safe delivery to your home or office.

©Blue Moon Patent Prints, all rights reserved. By purchasing this artwork, you do not acquire its copyrights and any form of duplication or distribution for resale purposes is strictly prohibited.

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3-5 business days

Estimated shipping times

  • Canada : 7 - 14 business days
  • North America : 4 - 10 business days
  • Europe : 3 - 4 weeks
  • Australia, New Zealand and Oceania : 3 - 6 weeks

I'll do my best to meet these shipping estimates, but can't guarantee them. Actual delivery time will depend on the shipping method you choose.

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Reviews (2)


It was sent to a different address other than the one I live at. Not sure how it’s possible because I’ve been purchasing lots of things from here and not one mistake on where to ship the items. I reached out to the seller and told her what happened and she didn’t seem too interested. My reply was thanks for nothing and said this mistake has never happened before. She then offered a 10% discount off another print which I just ignored because why should I have to purchase another print from her when she sent to the wrong address. Very disappointing and truly surprised at her lack of customer service skills. Move on to the other guy who sells the same thing.

Shipped quickly. The blueprint wasn't as rustic as I was looking for.

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