Worlds Fair Structures Letterpress Cards - Set of 4 - Eiffel Tower, Space Needle, Atomium, Biosphere

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In 1851, “The Great Exhibition” was held at the Crystal Palace in London, the first of a series of large public exhibitions held around the world known as the World’s Fair or Expo. At these fairs each participating country designed a pavilion intended to be a temporary structure for the duration of the event but several have survived over the years and become well known landmarks.

This series celebrates some of these surviving structures, the Eiffel Tower in Paris (France) built in 1889, the Atomium in Brussels (Belgium) from 1958, the Space Needle in Seattle (USA) from 1962, and the Biosphere in Montreal (Canada) from 1967.

Available as a set containing one of each of the four designs or as individual cards, please choose from the options before adding to your cart.

Size: 4.25 x 5.5 inches
Paper: Bright white 100lb card stock
Printing: Letterpress
Ink colours: Black
Envelope: White
Inside: Blank
Packaging: Clear protective sleeves

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