(Thought's from the Artist) As the author of Poor Richard's Almanac, Benjamin Franklin, wrote, “A penny saved is a penny earned and time enough proves little enough.”
After his death on April 17, 1790, Franklin bequeathed Boston and Philadelphia a total of $1,000 sterling, each with one hitch: much of the money could not be drawn on for 100 years, and the rest could not be distributed for 200 years. This gift became $6.5 million dollars, thanks to time and compound interest. Franklin's original purpose for the money was, helping young tradesmen get started in their jobs.
This original oil painting is framed in a beautiful Farmhouse "floater frame" which will look incredible in your home or office. It will be shipped in a custom-made wood crate in order to ensure safe delivery right to your door. On the back of the painting, Michael has written the "Thought's from the Artist" notes. Because of the custom-made crate, your order will be shipped in 1-2 days from the time you place your order.