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Pirate Devlin

Pirate Devlin

Most private ship to ship encounters were short bloody affairs. However there were records of some lasting several hours and using barrels of gunpowder before being resolved.

Small 8" x 10.5"$15.00
Medium 13" x 17"$35.00
Large 17" x 22"$65.00
X-Large 24" x 31"$125.00
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Pursuit of Happiness

Pursuit of Happiness

Pirates aboard a skiff during a chase to obtain a prize for plundering use stealth and surprise as an advantage for success with attacks at dusk or predawn . Maneuverable boats were preferred, trusting marksmanship and ferocity to carry the venture. Many merchant vessels employed only few crewman and they would not risk death for the ship's cargo.

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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Taking the Whydah

Taking the Whydah

Sam Bellamy and his boarding party take possession of the Whydah galley from Captain Prince in February 1717. The slave ship was captured off Long Island in the Bahamas while sailing from Jamaica - bound for England. All treasure and goods aboard, except personal items taken from captives by the boarding party, were shared out among the pirates.

Small 9.5" x 8"$15.00
Medium 14" x 12.75"$35.00
Large 18" x 17"$65.00
X-Large 26" x 24"$125.00
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