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ARKADEMIE RAFFLES 1819 LEATHER PASSPORT SLEEVE (SINGAPORE BICENTENNIAL LIMITED EDITION)
SINGAPORE BICENTENNIAL Limited Edition leather passport sleeve laser-etched with the first detailed map of Singapore Harbour. Made with premium French vegetable-tanned, soft goatskin leather with natural pattern and colour. Designed, hand-crafted and hand-stitched in Singapore. This limited edition will only be produced in a limited number of 200 pieces.
USD 73.38
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ARKADEMIE RAFFLES 1819 LEATHER PASSPORT SLEEVE (SINGAPORE BICENTENNIAL LIMITED EDITION)

SKU
221094
Product Weight
0.3 kg
The RAFFLES 1819 Leather Passport Sleeve ( SINGAPORE BICENTENNIAL Limited Edition ) is made with genuine, 3-oz full-grained, vegetable-tanned soft French goat leather. The seams are fully saddle-stitched by hand - a time-honoured method in fine leather crafting, ensuring durability and flexibility over time.
The SINGAPORE BICENTENNIAL Limited Edition was launched on the 6th February 2019, exactly 200 years the Singapore Treaty was signed between Sir Stamford Raffles, Sultan Hussein and Temenggong, establishing the first British Settlement in Singapore.
The map pattern is inspired by the very first map of the Singapore Harbour drawn by Captain Daniel Ross, the hydrographer accompanying Sir Stamford Raffles in February 1819, prior to the signing of the Singapore Treaty. The map was officially published in May 1819 in the Calcutta Journal. It is believed that this map was instrumental in the Treaty negotiation between Raffles and Temenggong on the 6th February 1819.
This edition will only be produced in a limited number of 200 pieces.
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