USCG Memorial Service MLB Triumph, Mermaid and Sea King 2012

The Triumph as she appears on our shipwreck chart

The 52 foot MLB Triumph as she appears on our shipwreck chart Dead Reckoning of the Pacific Graveyard

From Jeff Rusiecki, CPO USCG RET.

“The Memorial Service for the USCG MLB Triumph, F/V Mermaid, F/V Sea King, and the USCG UTB 41332 will be held on Saturday, January the 14th, 2012. The time for the service is set for 10 am.
People wishing to attend are asked to meet in Ilwaco, Washington, at the Cape Disappointment Coast Guard Station on the Mess Deck prior to the start of the service.”

Merry Christmas! Now stop clowning around!

Merry Christmas!

What could it be?

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It’s your birthday

…it is!

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New – Thor signed

Signed by Chris Hemsworth

Autographed by Chris Hemsworth and signed by Oliver Coipel with a '93 hammer pin and card signed by Straczynski, this 14X24 inch framed tribute is THE Marvel Comics Thor collectible.

For yours call 503-338-6056 or email

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The Walking Dead

artwork framed signed by Robert Kirkman

Signed by Kirkman and Rathbun this poster is finished with canvas vinyl and custom framed, ready to hang. $150 plus shipping

Contact: 503-338-6056 or email to inquire about purchase.

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History in Vogue

oregon shipwreck history chart buy here

The Emily Reed bares her bones in 1954

History is new again, our past is woven of fabric with which we drape ourselves in the present.
Oregon’s history is present on its beaches, usually hidden in the sands or beneath the churning waves.
The Peter Iredale’s familiar, decreasing silhouette is a landmark on the north Oregon coast near Fort Stevens.

Now, you can also view the Emily G. Reed, wrecked in 1908.
After 35 years of obscurity, she’s back.
From Oregon Silver Sands’ blog:
“According to (witness to the shipwreck Elmer) Allen, the American sailing ship Emily G. Reed, bound for Portland, was 103 days out from New Castle, New South Wales, carrying 2,100 tons of high-grade Australian coal. She lost her bearings and hit a sand bar on what was Garibaldi Beach, now Rockaway Beach, south of the entrance to Nehalem Bay.

Seven men lost their lives in the wreck. The captain, his wife and four of the crew drifted ashore clinging to part of the ship’s cabin. Some of the crew, not knowing where they were, decided to chance swimming ashore, tying a rope to the wreckage. When they jumped overboard, their feet touched bottom and they were able to walk ashore.

Reports about the incident said four other men, who also could have walked to safety, took a lifeboat and were carried out to sea. They landed at Neah Bay, in the Juan de Fuca Strait, more than 100 miles to the north.

The Emily G. Reed was built in 1880 at Waldoboro, Maine. She was a full-rigged wooden sailing schooner, 215 feet long.

For years after she broke apart, it was a common occurrence after storms for locals to gather quantities of first-grade coal all along the coastline in the vicinity.”

Dead Reckoning shipwreck charts available for purchase
Beach Connection
Oregon Silver Sands Blog

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Thank you!

To all of our customers, our friends and family…

NW Limited History in Vogue wishes you a happy Thanksgiving

Enjoy your turkey!

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Friend and mentor Don Marshall

Rest in peace Don.

Mr. Marshall passed away on November 3 in Tok, Alaska. 

His guidance and direction on our Dead Reckoning of the Pacific Graveyard were invaluable.  His words are immortalized there with his permission.

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Happy Halloween!

What’s new and scary good?

autographed by Tippi Hedren

With Fear! Tippi Hedren signed and inscribed this also adding little bird designs on the photo $200

As always you can phone 503-338-6056 or email   (if you dare!) to make this yours.

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Sweet dreams…

Available for purchase, this 14″ X 11″ framed tribute features an authentic autograph of Max von Sydow and can be paired with our next piece…

Signed by Max von Sydow of The Exorcist
Max von Sydow portrays Father Merrin in this scene from The Exorcist. Autographed by von Sydow $325

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