Flights of Fancy

Multi-page illustrated brochure advertising custom made hot air balloons, but with an antique, Victorian twist.

Cover. Booklet post bound with gold brads.
Title Page. Custom illustration.
Spread. One of several custom hot air balloon illustrations.
Custom illustration.
Perforated order page.

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