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  • Ezen Designs - Patent of toy train (1886) - Greeting Card - Front

    Patent of toy train (1886)

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    Text on the reverse side: Made of lead, early toy trains had no moving parts with only some made with wheels that would actually turn. From around ...

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  • Ezen Designs - Patent of airplane (1981) - Greeting Card - Front

    Patent of airplane (1981)

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    Text on the reverse side: The largest passenger plane is the Airbus A380, which is a double-decker four-engine jetliner. Making its first flight on...

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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 globe (1888) - Greeting Card - Front

    Patent of globe (1888)

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    Text on the reverse side: The oldest surviving terrestrial globe was made in 1492 by Martin Behaim (1459–1537). A6 size (148mm x 105mm) Luxury pe...

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  • Ezen Designs - Patent of stethoscope (1945) - Greeting Card - Front

    Patent of stethoscope (1945)

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    Text on the reverse side: The first stethoscope was invented in 1816 by French doctor René Laënnec. Prior to this invention, physicians would carry...

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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 bottle (1906) - Greeting Card - Front

    Patent of bottle (1906)

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    Text on the reverse side: Archaeologists have found glass bottles dating as far early as 1400 BC by the Egyptians. Glass can be recycled indefinite...

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  • Ezen Designs - Patent of AT-AT walker (1982) - Greeting Card - Front

    Patent of AT-AT walker (1982)

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    Text on the reverse side: The name of the Star Wars four-legged combat walker stands for - All Terrain Armored Transport (AT-AT). Used by the groun...

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  • Ezen Designs - Patent of teapot (1889) - Greeting Card - Front

    Patent of teapot (1889)

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    Text on the reverse side: There are a variety of teapots of varying size and shapes, nurturing collectors around the world. What is said to be the ...

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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 compass (1904) - Greeting Card - Front

    Patent of compass (1904)

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    Text on the reverse side: The compass is a symbol of accuracy and judgement which can also symbolise our ability to draw a boundary around our desi...

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  • Ezen Designs - Patent of a hair brush (1870) - Greeting Card - Front

    Patent of a hair brush (1870)

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    Text on the reverse side: Hugh Rock filed the earliest U.S. patent for a modern hairbrush in 1854, and later in 1870, a brush with elastic wire tee...

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  • Ezen Designs - Patent of tie fighter (1980) - Greeting Card - Front

    Patent of tie fighter (1980)

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    Text on the reverse side: The TIE/LN starfighter or TIE/line starfighter from Star Wars, often called TIE Fighter or T/F, is often seen in huge num...

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  • Ezen Designs - Patent of try square (1908) - Greeting Card - Front

    Patent of try square (1908)

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    Text on the reverse side: The square is a tool used for marking and measuring a an accurate right angle. It can serve to symbolise the conscience, ...

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  • Ezen Designs - Patent of wheelbarrow (1952) - Greeting Card - Front

    Patent of wheelbarrow (1952)

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    Text on the reverse side: In Armidale Australia, 777 couples, totalling 1,554 participants, took part in the largest human wheelbarrow race. The ea...

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  • Ezen Designs - Patent of watch (1916) - Greeting Card - Front

    Patent of watch (1916)

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    Text on the reverse side: In the 19th century, pocket watches dominated the industry, and the wristwatch primarily were made for women who did not ...

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  • Ezen Designs - Patent of wristwatch (1954) - Greeting Card - Front

    Patent of wristwatch (1954)

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    Text on the reverse side: Luxury watches tend to be water resistant up to 100-300m, however, the Rolex Deep Sea Special watch was taken nearly 11,0...

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  • Ezen Designs - Patent of trowel (1929) - Greeting Card - Front

    Patent of trowel (1929)

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    Text on the reverse side: A tool with a scoop-shaped metal blade with a pointed head, the trowel serves to dig holes, break up earth, amongst other...

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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 R2-D2 (1979) - Greeting Card - Front

    Patent of R2-D2 (1979)

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    Text on the reverse side: The Star Wars astromech droid, often referred to as R2, served several masters over his lifetime. With independence and a...

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  • Ezen Designs - Patent of key (1920) - Greeting Card - Front

    Patent of key (1920)

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    Text on the reverse side: Among the ancients the key was a symbol of authority and power. Representing knowledge and success, they represent the ab...

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