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  • Ezen Designs - Patent of toy duck (1949) - Greeting Card - Front

    PATENT OF TOY DUCK (1949)

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    Text on the reverse side: In 1992, 28,000 rubber ducks were lost at sea from a shipping crate from Hong Kong to USA. Some have washed up on the sho...

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  • Ezen Designs - Patent of fork (1884) - Greeting Card - Front

    PATENT OF FORK (1884)

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    Text on the reverse side: Early forks were used in the royal courts of the Middle East going as far back as the 7th Century. By the end of the 1600...

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  • Ezen Designs - Patent of razor (1902) - Greeting Card - Front

    PATENT OF RAZOR (1902)

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    Text on the reverse side: Paleolithic humans used flint to shave body hair, dating as far back as 30,000 BC. With the invention of metalworking, lo...

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  • Ezen Designs - Patent of hair clipper (1900) - Greeting Card - Front

    PATENT OF HAIR CLIPPER (1900)

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    Text on the reverse side: Electric clippers were invented by Leo J. Wahl and patented in 1921. His corporation, operated today by his descendants, ...

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  • Ezen Designs - Patent of shower bath (1890) - Greeting Card - Front

    PATENT OF SHOWER BATH (1890)

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    Text on the reverse side: A standard power shower in a home uses on average 136 litres of water per use. Contrary to popular belief, in comparison,...

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  • Ezen Designs - Patent of spoon (1895) - Greeting Card - Front

    PATENT OF SPOON (1895)

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    Text on the reverse side: Ancient civilisations made spoons from materials including wood, bone, rock, gold, silver and ivory. Today, stainless ste...

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  • Ezen Designs - Patent of toothbrush (1943) - Greeting Card - Front

    PATENT OF TOOTHBRUSH (1943)

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    Text on the reverse side: The Chinese were the first to use the bristle toothbrush, going back to the Tang Dynasty (619 CE to 907 CE). They arrived...

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