Distinctive Gifts

Shop our unique and evolving Distinctive Gifts. Here you will find a variety of framed antique prints and maps. For the music lover there is our collection of San Francisco's Fillmore and Avalon Ballroom concert posters from the 1960's. We have rare, vintage San Francisco souvenirs, one of a kind framed pressed flower art and much more. These are all available for purchase online, or visit the shop to see the latest arrivals.

Framed art and maps
Naturally as a custom frame shop that carries prints, Prints Etc has a variety of professionally framed prints. In the Framed Art and Maps shop you will find antique engravings, vintage concert posters, old San Francisco maps and more. All framed prints are framed with UV safe plexiglass that ships well and prevents fading. All are lovingly packaged to be sent to your home or office and hung on the wall to enjoy for many years to come.

Pressed Flower Art
Real pressed flowers arranged in a circular design matted in custom cut circle mat and professionally framed. All are unique, one of kind pieces of art created by one of Prints Etc.'s creative team members.

Vintage Concert Posters
San Francisco's vibrant music scene of the 1960's created some very unique poster art that became a signature to that culture. Highly intricate fonts made the viewer go in for a very long look simply to see who was playing where. Here we have some posters for shows at that Avalon Ballroom, all printed around the time of the shows. Availablity can be scarce and when they're gone, they're gone. So have a look today.

Vintage San Francisco Souvenirs
Prints Etc. has a unique collection of vintage and antique San Francisco souvenirs and memorabilia. The city has long been a destination for travelers and the local merchants have provided postcards and knick knacks to the visitors all along. There is a handmade copper cable car, cable car salt and pepper shakers and all forms of postcards. You can even find stereographic photos of the ruins of the city anfter the great earthquake and fire of 1906.