It seems that in 1962 or 1963, not long after starting his own business as a publisher, Hugh Street (Hugh Evelyn) was approached by the Swedish publishing house of III Tre Tryckare of Gothenburg to publish a series of marine prints in London on their behalf. (That is a speculation at this stage).The prints had been created for Tre Tryckare by the Swedish marine artist Gordon Macfie (1910-1971) whose father had emigrated to Sweden from Scotland in 1845. The prints later became the subject of a book “Sails Through the Centuries” written by Sam Svensson that was published by Macmillans in New York in 1965. We have 23 of what we believe were originally a collection of 40 prints. All the prints are the same size, are numbered and are printed on heavyweight paper.