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Star Scratch Map

SKU AG00001
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Original price $29.95 - Original price $29.95
Original price $29.95
$29.95
$29.95 - $29.95
Current price $29.95
Description

A great keepsake gift idea for lovers of the night sky.

This gorgeous map will uncover the hidden world of the night sky, as you scratch away the surface to reveal the gorgeous stars of both the Northern Hemisphere and Southern Hemisphere.

See the constellations of the Northern and Southern Hemisphere appear before your eyes with this fun Stars Scratch Map. This gorgeous gift is perfect for travellers heading out to discover the world, or for the budding astronomer in your life.  This gorgeous Star Scratch Map will make the night sky just a little more familiar.

Coated for durability, the star map will all be revealed by simply scratching the surface with the included coin, all presented in premium packaging to make a wonderful gift.

Specifications

Weight 225g
Dimensions 5.5 x 63cm

Shipping & Returns

Shipping:

  • We ship Australia wide. Final rates are calculated at the checkout.
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  • We offer flat rate shipping starting to most countries worldwide. International shipments do not include any duties or taxes which may be payable upon entry of the order into your country. Please contact your local customs authorities for more information.

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Returns:

We accept returns up to 30 days after delivery, if the item is unused and in its original condition, and we will refund the full order amount minus the shipping costs for the return.

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