Greetings card Dronfield Oak


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Dronfield Oak which started growing in 1341 and was cut in 1429. (dated in a laboratory)

It was recently removed from Dronfield Hall barn which was built in the late 1600's.

So for over 250 years it was used elsewhere? It could have been in a ship as 1000 oaks were used for ships and then re-used in buildings.

Card is 150mm x 150mm and comes with a white envelope. 

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