Take a bite out of the Empire State with this bright and bold image which proudly displays New York State's official fruit ?the apple! After much speculation, the nickname ?the big apple? was coined by sports columnist John J. Fitzgerald in reference to the big-money racetracks that surrounded the city, where aspiring jockeys and trainers strived to one day race. The bright and bold design was created by artist Julian Montague.
New York Apple Print. Dimensions: Large: 36? x 46? on 5? x 7? safety film. Small: 20? x 30? on 5" x 7" safety film. Unframed.
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