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Tchotchke Stamp Art - Collectible Postage Stamp - Clipper Ship Ariel

Tchotchke Stamp Art - Collectible Postage Stamp - Clipper Ship Ariel

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Ariel was a clipper ship famous for making fast voyages between China and England in the late 1860s. Ariel was a full rigged ship of 853 tons net register, measuring 197.4 feet x 33.9 feet x 21 feet. She was designed by William Rennie, and built in 1865 by Robert Steele & Co., Greenock for Shaw, Lowther & Maxton of London. Like the majority of tea clippers launched after 1864, she was composite built, of timber planking over iron frames.

Every stamp is in it's own way a unique work of art .

Collectible International Postage Stamp .

Burnished black metal frame .

Frame measures 3 in x 4 in with Acrylic Lens .

Unique Gift Idea for home, office or dorm!



  • Seller: Mindstuff Books US (US)
  • Seller Inventory #: 100620179
  • Title: Tchotchke Stamp Art - Collectible Postage Stamp - Clipper Ship Ariel
  • Format/binding: Burnished Black Metal Frame
  • Book condition: Used
  • Quantity available: 1
  • Keywords: Clipper Ships Nautical China Trade British Empire
  • Bookseller catalogs: History;

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