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Christmas card pack: caving


Christmas card pack of four with a caving theme

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A pack of four different high-quality, limited edition Christmas cards with a caving theme featuring photos by Chris Howes. A second image adorns the back of each card, set into a black surround, making these large-format A5 cards, printed on heavy 250gsm card, somewhat special. The copyright notice on the images shown here does not appear on the printed cards.

These cards fit within Royal Mail's standard UK Letter postal measurements and weight, allowing them to be sent within the UK with a First or Second class stamp.

A slideshow of these images may be also viewed by following this link (opens a new window), where you can see other caving and themed slideshows by Chris Howes.

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Chris Howes
A5: 210mm x 148mm approx
Pack of four cards, supplied with white envelopes
Standard Letter rate postage (1st or 2nd class stamp) applies when posting in the UK

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