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Valentine's Day Gift Ideas for Her

Valentine's Day Gift Ideas for Her

Valentine's Day Gift Ideas for Her
20th Century Silver

Valentine's Day Gift Ideas for Her

Valentine's Day gifting for that special person in your life is easier than you think! We've rounded up nine great gift ideas for her. We've selected products made with intention, care, and quality...

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Valentine's Day Gift Ideas for Him
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Valentine's Day Gift Ideas for Him

Valentine's Day gifting for that special man in your life is easier than you think! We've rounded up seven great gift ideas. We've selected products made with intention, care, and quality materials...

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1877 "General Geological Map of Colorado"
19th Century Maps

1877 "General Geological Map of Colorado"

New to our shop is this 1877 "General Geological Map of Colorado" by F.V. Hayden, and lithographed by Julius Bien. Read more about this interesting map.

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Reaching West: Mapping Manifest Destiny
19th Century Maps

Reaching West: Mapping Manifest Destiny

Manifest Destiny was an ideal rooted in religion, exploration and nationalism. It pushed Americans to travel west in order to obtain cultural and political influence over western territories. Read ...

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Flying Across America: A History of American Airline Advertisements
20th Century Posters

Flying Across America: A History of American Airline Advertisements

Vintage airline posters present a fascinating glimpse into the Golden Age of Air Travel exhibiting eye catching illustrations and breathtaking destinations. Featured in our new arrivals is an impre...

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Unique WWII Collectibles
48-Star Flag

Unique WWII Collectibles

We share some really unique relics of WWII that we have in our inventory- each with its own story to tell.

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Illustrating Alice: John Tenniel
19th Century Books

Illustrating Alice: John Tenniel

Written as a sequel to Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, Through the Looking-Glass describes Alice’s further adventures as she moves through a mirror into another unreal world full of whimsy and ...

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First Blow for Liberty
1775

First Blow for Liberty

The Battles of Lexington and Concord were fought on April 19, 1775, and were the first official battles of the American Revolutionary War. New to our collection is this hand-colored engraving title...

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Thomas Crawford's "Statue of Freedom"
19th Century

Thomas Crawford's "Statue of Freedom"

Thomas Crawford’s iconic bronze “Statue of Freedom” sits high atop the nation’s Capitol building. Standing at a height of 19 feet 6 inches tall, this colossal allegorical statue serves as a symbol...

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Flags of the American Civil War

Flags of the American Civil War

Flags of the American Civil War period are among the most sought-after of all American flags.

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