At Sea



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Port Gunner

Port Gunner

This pox riddled, son of a scoundrel is holding a round shot. You can just hear this greedy swab yell, "This one's got your name on it!"

Small 10" x 8"$15.00
Medium 16.5" x 12.75"$35.00
Large 21.5" x 17"$65.00
X-Large 30" x 24"$125.00
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Starboard Gunner

Starboard Gunner

This son of a souced lobster holds a linstock with a lit slow match ready to fire the fine grained powder poured into a fuse at the cannon's touch hole to prime the charge. As the slow match ignites the powder, he yells, "Harr matey, have a ball! "

Small 10" x 8"$15.00
Medium 16.5" x 12.75"$35.00
Large 21.5" x 17"$65.00
X-Large 30" x 24"$125.00
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Pirates Abroad

Pirates Abroad

Few women pirates have been documented. Apart from a Chinese pirate queen, an Irish captain, Anne Bonney, and Mary Read, history makes little mention of female buccaneers. Piracy and a life at sea was not all that appealing to most women of the time.

Small 11" x 8"$15.00
Medium 17" x 13"$35.00
Large 22" x 17"$65.00
X-Large 30" x 24"$125.00
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Sinbad to Windward

Sinbad to Windward

During the age of sail, the weather gauge provided a tactical advantage in engagements. To close or bear off, to reduce or add more sail, to board or escape are maneuvers more easily performed upwind. Sea rovers used this advantage to perform blitzes upon merchant ships firing as much small caliber shot in a barrage as they sailed past.

Small 11" x 8"$15.00
Medium 17" x 13"$35.00
Large 21" x 17"$65.00
X-Large 29" x 24"$125.00
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Eyes for Prize

Eyes for Prize

Pirates "on the account" needed to be vigilant to secure as much wealth as possible from sea trade. The best brace of pistols aboard a captured vessel were awarded to the shipmate who first sighted the intended prize. The first pirate to board in an action was also rewarded. Pirates had incentive programs!

Small 10" x 8"$15.00
Medium 16" x 12"$35.00
Large 21" x 17"$65.00
X-Large 30" x 24"$125.00
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Forty Thieves

Forty Thieves

The boom of cannons, horrible shouts, clangs, fiddling and curses bring you to your windward rail where you see a fearsome crew of buccaneers. The black flag demands surrender and the red flag offers no quarter. To those that resist, their motto is, "Dead men don't bite!". Can you find all forty... "thieves"?

Small 7" x 12"$15.00
Medium 9.25" x 17"$35.00
Large 13" x 24"$65.00
X-Large 24" x 45"$175.00
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Foulbottom the Parrot

Foulbottom the Parrot

Were pirates greedy, bloodthirsty terrorists as history would have us believe, or oppressed, democratic entrepreneurs? Is this gentleman of fortune, dressed for a night's pleasure, a kind hearted thief, or, a mean spirited cut throat? The leaky and uncertain parrot is about to find out.

Small 11" x 8"$15.00
Medium 17" x 13"$35.00
Large 21" x 17"$65.00
X-Large 31" x 24"$125.00
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Hidden Cove

Hidden Cove

Arriving onto an unfamiliar shore can be a dangerous affair. Even a prearranged meeting may be fraught with danger. Messages can be intercepted, native inhabitants may seek violence, and friends may become foes. So, it is best to be wary and prepared. From the viewpoint of looking from land to sea through the keyhole of the mangroves the scene reflects the turbulent shape of a hurricane.

Small 8" x 10"$15.00
Medium 13" x 17"$35.00
Large 17" x 21"$65.00
X-Large 24" x 29"$125.00
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Jolly Roger

Jolly Roger

"A black flag is worth fifty men." The Jolly Roger was the sea rover's calling card. Their banner was hoisted to terrorize intended prey before engagements. The flag signified that the crew belonged to no country and followed no laws but their own. By sailing under these colors, they became free men and also, outcasts from European society.

Small 10" x 8"$15.00
Medium 16" x 12.75"$35.00
Large 21" x 17"$65.00
X-Large 30" x 24"$125.00
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Never a Dull Moment

Never a Dull Moment

Signed articles compensated crew members hurt while pursuing their trade, allowing disability compensation arrangements for the loss of a limb or eye. Crippled pirates were retained in the crew, and respectfully treated, Long John Silver being a popular example. Such a crewman prepares the vessel by whetting a keen edge on the blades aboard while the ship is at anchor.

Small 10" x 8"$15.00
Medium 16" x 12.75"$35.00
Large 21" x 17"$65.00
X-Large 30" x 24"$125.00
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