The American Turtle was the world's first submersible with a documented record of use in combat. It was built in Old Saybrook, Connecticut in 1775 by American David Bushnell as a means of attaching explosive charges to British ships in NY harbor. Today, a full-size replica can be viewed at The Submarine Force Library & Museum in Groton, Connecticut.
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.