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Lined Roman Blinds


lined roman blinds
    roman blinds
  • Soft fabric blinds which gather into pleats when raised
    lined
  • Hit a line drive
  • (used especially of skin) marked by lines or seams; "their lined faces were immeasurably sad"; "a seamed face"
  • bordered by a line of things; "tree lined streets"
  • Stand or be positioned at intervals along
  • Mark or cover with lines
  • having a lining or a liner; often used in combination; "a lined skirt"; "a silk-lined jacket"
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Post-it Super Sticky Lined Notes--Assorted, 3 7/8 x 3 7/8 , 90-Sheet Pad (6 Pack)
Post-it Super Sticky Lined Notes--Assorted, 3 7/8 x 3 7/8 , 90-Sheet Pad (6 Pack)
Remembering your important ideas and messages at the end of a long day can be quite difficult. So, to help keep your thoughts, appointments and other details organized and handy, use these pads of Post-it® Super Sticky Notes. The notes utilize a revolutionary adhesive technology that ensures they will stick securely to more surfaces in practically any part of your home or office. Stick notes on monitors, doors, walls and desktops--just about anywhere you'll notice them. For an added level of organization, the notes come in a variety of vital and intense colors. Global Product Type: Self-Stick Pads; Pad Type: N/A; Paper Color(s): Fuchsia; Grape; Limeade; Turquoise; Ultra Yellow; Number of Sheets per Pad: 90.

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A Rare, Exceptional, and Important Roman Provincial Silver Tetradrachm of Mark Antony and Cleopatra VII, Among the Finest Known of this Prestigious Issue
A Rare, Exceptional, and Important Roman Provincial Silver Tetradrachm of Mark Antony and Cleopatra VII, Among the Finest Known of this Prestigious Issue
The Roman Republic M. Antonius. Tetradrachm, Antiochia ad Orontem Syriae secondary mint (?) circa 36, AR 14.01 g. BACILICCA KLEOPATRAC QEA NEWTERA Diademed bust of Cleopatra r. Rev. ANTWNIOC AYTOKPATWR TRITON TRIWN ANDRWN Bare head of M. Antonius r. C 2. BMC 53. RPC 4094. Prieur 27. Kraay-Hirmer pl. 220, 809. Butcher, Coinage in Roman Syria p. 57, fig. 8.1. Very rare and among the finest specimens known. Two magnificent portraits struck on an unusually good metal for this issue. Toned and about extremely fine Ex Ira & Larry Goldberg sale 47, 2008, 1285. As the struggle between Mark Antony and Octavian dragged on in the 30s B.C., the geographical and political lines became ever more defined. Antony had become entrenched in the Eastern Mediterranean, and in doing so had allied himself with Cleopatra VII, queen of Egypt, whose original supporter in Rome, Julius Caesar, had been murdered years before. She had his son, Caesarion, at her side, but she needed an ally like Antony if she hoped to preserve Egypt from the ever-widening grasp of Rome. Importantly, Antony was easier to manipulate than Octavian, who had no sympathy for Cleopatra’s motives. Although this woman of blinding intellect may have found her marriage to Antony a degrading experience, personally, she was crafty enough to realise it was her only chance at survival. Hence, she was probably eager to issue dual-portrait coins, such as the billon tetradrachm offered here. The level of concession is clear, especially on this example: Cleopatra’s portrait has taken on the facial features of Antony in a very strong way, yet she retains for herself the position of dominance by placing her portrait on the obverse. Little more indication is necessary to recognise that Cleopatra had effectively dominated her husband, the Roman warlord Antony. The date and mint of these coins is uncertain, as the coins themselves provide no substantial clue. They are typically described as having been struck at Antioch, though there is good reason to believe that they were produced further south, in Cleopatra’s Phoenician territory. The date c. 36 B.C. has been suggested, and is generally believed appropriate. If so, we might see this coinage as supporting Antony’s invasion of Parthia – a colossal failure that cost the lives of many thousands of Roman soldiers. NAC54, 284
ROMAN BLIND WITH SPOT TRIM
ROMAN BLIND WITH SPOT TRIM
A Roman Blind made with Blackout Lining for a baby's room. The blind was made with rod pockets sewn into the lining which prevents stitching being seen through the blackout lining. A large spotted trim has been added to fit in with the rest of the decor in baby's room. Just waiting now for baby's arrival

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