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Sparkman & Stephens is holding a fine-print giveaway of some of its most famous and beloved designs.

In 2005, the company created a set of five fine prints produced by master printer Jean-Yves Noblet. Each original serigraph has been printed on Coventry rag paper, numbered and individually signed by Olin J. Stephens.

The five prints include Dorade: Accommodations Plan, 1936; Dorade: Sail Plan, 1936; New York 32: Sail Plan, 1947; Bolero: Accommodations Plan, 1949; and Bolero: Sail Plan, 1949.

Limited to editions of 300, the prints have a retail value of $490 each and will be delivered unframed.

To enter, send an e-mail to info@sparkmanstephens.com  with the subject line "Fine Print Giveaway.” Include your name, address and telephone number.

Anyone can enter, and entries must be received by March 10 for the March 15 drawing.

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