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City Clips: New York's classic buildings as page markers

City clips bookmarks

If you're a fan of the classic architecture of New York, these city clips - scaled down representations of some of its most famous buildings - are a stylish way to mark your page in your book. 

From the people who brought you the MONUmini architecture kits, these are stainless steel scale version of some of New York's most famous Art Deco skyscrapers, designed to clip onto a page. 

In fact, this set is 5000 times smaller than the real thing and includes the New York Life Building (completed 1928), the Chrysler Building (completed 1930) and the Empire State Building (completed 1931). The odd one out is the Hearst Tower, with the Norman Foster extension, although even that was built onto a 1920s base. Together it's perhaps it's the most glamorous set of bookmarks you can get.

The set costs £6.75 from Another Studio.

New York page markers

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