The Republic of Watauga (often referred to as the Watauga Association) was a semi-autonomous government that preluded 1776 when it was created by frontier settlers in 1772. Lasting only it a few years it was located along the Watauga River in what is now Elizabethton, Tennessee.
Our Tee's are pre-shrunk 100% cotton (6oz (203g) and designed for maximum durability, comfort and quality. With a seamless rib knit collar reinforced with a cover seamed front neck and taped neck and shoulder seams, this shirt is carefully constructed for those who are active and require clothing that lasts.
A motivating print inspired by Shackleton's rumored recruitment advert for his famed Antarctic Exploration. The original advert was placed in the Times and garnered over 5000 responses. However, historians have yet to discover documented proof that the advert was ever published. Real or myth - it encapsulates the heroic age of Antarctic exploration and that glorious spirit of the period - “Ah, when ships were made of wood and men were made of steel…”
All our posters and prints are printed to the highest possible standard. We achieve a large color spectrum by the using only Canon's 8-Color LUCIA EX pigment inks, which also provides scratch resistance and smoother gradations. Our paper stock is a CanonPremium Semi-Glossy Photographic - 69 lb (280 g/m²)(11mil)
Each order is hand wrapped and shipped in square box for great protection and easier removal.
WW2 Airborne D-Day Cricket Clicker
A vintage style reproduction of the Airborne cricket clickers that where issued for D-Day on June 6, 1944. The Clickers were used by members of the US 101st Airborne for communication to distinguish between friend and foe in the fields and ditches of Normandy. Upon approaching an unknown friend or foe, a click would be made using the tool and friendly troops would respond with two clicks.
Pilot Notes - The Spitfire Note Book
Keep track of your dreams or organize your projects in our beautiful printed notebook inspired by the pilot notes of WW2, for the Battle of Britain icon - the Submarine Spitfire. Brimming with 48 pages of creamy white smooth finish 70lb acid free paper. Measuring 7.25" by 10", it's the perfect gift for the pilot or history-loving aviation enthusiast.
The Lancaster Tie
Add a hint of nostalgia to any attire with our Avro Lancaster inspired tie. Each tie is handcrafted in London and measures 3 inches wide (8 cm) at the blade (widest point), and is 58 inches (147cm) long and is crafted in a woven poly fabric.It's the perfect gift for any history buff or WW2 aviation lover.
The Royal Air Force Roundel Retro Cap
Celebrate the RAF with this iconic cap dedicated to the famed roundel - the red, white and blue symbol used on British aircraft since 1915. They were first created in WW1 to help identify friends or foe in the midst of combat. The cap is 100% brushed cotton twill, decorated with a felt logo and direct embroidery. It's one size fits all with a velcro enclosure. A great gift idea for any lover of military aviation.