Sailing over Norfolk
Sailing over Norfolk
Sailing over Norfolk
Sailing over Norfolk
Sailing over Norfolk
Sailing over Norfolk

Sailing over Norfolk

  • From £2.99

Learning how to sail is no small feat, this card is a perfect way to say congratulations on a sailing accomplishment, featuring a silhouette of sailing boats over an antique map of the Norfolk coastline including Burnham Market, Wells next the Sea, Brancaster Bay, Cromer, Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft.

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Size 
15 x 15 cm

Single card - £2.99
Pack of 6 - £15.00

All our greetings cards are printed onto high quality 300 gram card and come individually packaged with their envelopes in a sealed cellophane wrap. The design is printed in a panorama style continuing onto the back of the card as shown in the image.

If ordered before noon, this product will be dispatched the same day on a 1-2 day delivery service.

International delivery is available at checkout.

Product Description

Learning how to sail is no small feat, this card is a perfect way to say congratulations on a sailing accomplishment, featuring a silhouette of sailing boats over an antique map of the Norfolk coastline including Burnham Market, Wells next the Sea, Brancaster Bay, Cromer, Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft. These cards make great thank you letters to fans of sailing or as a birthday card for someone who sails along the south coast of England.

Antique maps

We've never met anyone who doesn't love old maps, which is why we only use antique maps printed on our products. Their unique charm and history are part of who we are and is the foundation of all our products. Because of their age, many were drawn in the 19th Century, not all of the place names or locations we expect to see on modern day maps will be marked. 

The original old maps have been digitally scanned and pieced together to cover the UK so you may find in places there are map joins or discolouration. Our international maps showing countries across the world are taken from antique atlases published in the late 1800's and early 1900's.