Old fashioned nautical anchor and oar illustration - Illustration

Anchor - Vessel Part, Antique, Aquatic Sport, Cast Iron, Heavy

Old fashioned nautical anchor and oar illustration royalty-free stock vector art
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Old fashioned nautical anchor and oar illustration royalty-free stock vector art

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Stock illustration ID:165818182
Upload date:April 03, 2013

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Anchor and oar design on a white background. A black and white rope hangs down and around the anchor, which is faded in black and white. The rope is attached to the hole at the top of the anchor. The bottom of the anchor is intact with no signs of wear on the tips. The oars are crisscrossed behind the anchor and are also black. The oars have wood-grain detail along the longer portions and on the handles as well. The ends of the oars are darker than the other parts.
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