Fragments of pipe heads and pipe stalks from the wreck of the East Indies sailor 't Vliegend Hart, Four heads of earthen Gouda pipes: three heel-crowned WS (one of which with a piece of stem) that is blue-white color. And one head with heel mark crowned 67 that has turned yellowish. Twelve pieces of steel, Dutch East India Company, 't Vliegend Hart (ship), WS, Gouda, 1728 - 2-Mar-1735, pipe clay, l 7 cm × w 2.1 cm × d 3 cm × l 1.7 cm × d 0.5 cm, Reimagined by Gibon, design of warm cheerful glowing of brightness and light rays radiance. Classic art reinvented with a modern twist. Photography in

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Fragments of pipe heads and pipe stalks from the wreck of the East Indies sailor 't Vliegend Hart, Four heads of earthen Gouda pipes: three heel-crowned WS (one of which with a piece of stem) that is blue-white color. And one head with heel mark crowned 67 that has turned yellowish. Twelve pieces of steel, Dutch East India Company, 't Vliegend Hart (ship), WS, Gouda, 1728 - 2-Mar-1735, pipe clay, l 7 cm × w 2.1 cm × d 3 cm × l 1.7 cm × d 0.5 cm, Reimagined by Gibon, design of warm cheerful glowing of brightness and light rays radiance. Classic art reinvented with a modern twist. Photography in

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