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PATENT OF SHIP'S RIGGING (1927)

£3.50
SKU GCA6-PTT135

Text on the reverse side:

The word skyscraper, commonly used to describe a tall urban building, was a term used to describe a small triangular-shaped sail that was set above the other sails on the old square-rigged vessels. Being so tall, it seemed to scrape the sky.


  • A6 size (148mm x 105mm)
  • Luxury pearlescent eco certified paper
  • Produced in our London studio
  • Trivia fact on the reverse
  • Biodegradable packaging

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