The USS Constitution was named after the Constitutions of the United States of America by George Washington. The ship was ordered for build in 1794 and fought one of it's most famous battles in 1812. The Constitution was retired from service in 1881. This poster depicts an exploded and detailed view of the ship. Printed on 100 lb polar white photo paper with a sharp crisp appearance; 100-year archival.
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