3000 – This is Kirkwa’!


In August 1557, 3000 Orcadians fought off the English Navy, who had landed in Kirkwall with the goal of seizing the Bishop’s Palace. This was part of a bid to seize access to Scottish fishing grounds. The fleet of 13 ships was commanded by Vice Admiral Sir John Clere. Unfortunately for him, Kirkwall Castle (long…

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Professionally printed on 215gsm Fine Art Cotton paper using archival ink (otherwise known as a giclée print). Vivid colours on a nice matte finish textured paper.

A3 size (297mm x 420mm) borderless print.

Dispatched in a protective tube.

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