You're My Prime Number Vintage Print
You're My Prime Number Vintage Print
You're My Prime Number Vintage Print
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You're My Prime Number Vintage Print

Celebrate the mathematical odds of finding your match with this vintage textbook print.
created by

Louise Verity

$38.00 $ 29.99

Louise Verity created by

Louise Verity

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also by Louise Verity

 

Cute but small

3

My wife is a math teacher, and for our first wedding anniversary (we were married on Pi day) I got her this along with some other math-related items from UncommonGoods. It probably should have occurred to me, given that this is a page from a math textbook, that it would be pretty tiny, but I guess I was thinking of the math books I had in school which were pretty big and hard to lug around. In any case, while it's cute and I liked the sentiment, it is very small. It's also not covered/protected in any way. It's framed, but the page is not laminated or covered with glass or anything so I'm worried that it will get damaged or fade or wear over time. I may try to do something to protect it, or reframe it or something myself at some point as I'm not sure it will last very long as it is.

Chicago, IL

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Neat Gift for a Numbers Person

5

For a person who has or could have just about anything, this gift matches his interests and time spent helping others because numbers are his "game."

Pepperell, MA

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Math nerd greatest valentines gift ever

5

As a decoration in my classroom

New york

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Good idea poor product

1

My husband is a math teacher with an MBA and worked also as a manager for a large corporation. This is an anniversary gift because I know he would think it is cool. I am embarrassed to give it to him because it looks so cheap.

WV

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Like the idea, but cheap presentation

2

I should've heeded the warnings, but I thought it looked like such a cute gift. I expected A Lot more for what they charged for it. Uncommon Goods should demand a better looking piece from their vendor for this amount of money. I've enjoyed the other unique items I have bought on this site, but this was a completely not worth the money. Also, the external box ripped open and had to be revealed by the post office.

Houston, TX

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Unique and cute!

5

My husband is a Math teacher and this was the perfect gift for him. He loved it and is diplaying it proudly in his classroom

MI

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You're My Prime Number Vintage Print

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