‘Morse’s Three Pint Problem’ Notelets

Pack of 10 cards with envelopes


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Product Description

An exclusive design by the renown artist Douglas E. West in conjunction with the Inspector Morse Society. The illustration is taken from a watercolour entitled ‘Morse’s Three-Pint Problem’, a pun on how Morse liked to solve a case as opposed to Sherlock Holmes who found his tricky cases ‘Three Pipe Problems’. The scene is of Morse and Lewis at some country public house enjoying a drink while discussing their latest case. In the background can be seen the famous Burgundy Jaguar and beyond the Oxford skyline. Sold in packs of 10 laminated cards with envelopes.

Additional Information

Weight 200 g
Dimensions 14.8 × 10.5 × 0.1 cm