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with a lot:

 17″ X 10″                                         $85.00

S. 2739: Consolidated Natural Resources Act of 2008-passed!

On to the president!
National Heritage Area Study passes to president (Daily Astorian)
S. 2739: Text of Legislation
Columbia Pacific Heritage Area
Destination the Pacific

West coast fishery most deadly

An AP article published April 25, 2008 claims that the coasts of Oregon, Washington and California have claimed more lives even than Alaska waters, including the Bering Sea, where Discovery Channel’s Deadliest Catch is filmed. (Click to read the article)
“The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health released a report Thursday detailing the hazards of fishing off the coasts of California, Oregon and Washington. The report said those three states combined for a fatality rate more than twice as high as the national commercial fishing average between the years of 2000 and 2006.”
One of the somber features of Dead Reckoning of the Pacific Graveyard includes a list of lost fishing vessels from the region. It is the most complete list of lost fishing vessels to date. The list was obtained from multiple local, long-time fishermen, their families, local publications and Coast Guard reports.
A list of lost fishing vessels from the Oregon and Washington coast
A detail photo of the lost fishing vessels list, printed on handmade paper using an antique letter press by Oblation Papers in Portland, Oregon.
The result is a respectful, enduring memorial to the lives lost in the commercial fishing industry of the Oregon and Washington coasts.
The list is featured on the premium framed chart by NW Limited…History in VogueTM as shown below:

Dead Reckoning of the Pacific Graveyard by NW Limited...History in Vogue of Astoria, Oregon

503-338-6056 or bill@nwlimited.com to find out more

Carronades from USS Shark to be displayed

in Manzanita tomorrow, April 29, 2008 at Nehalem Bay State Park.
The small cannons are normally kept submerged in water and secured until restoration, but the Oregon Parks Dept. is draining the water and inviting visitors to come and view them from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 pm.
Here are a few photos from NW Limited’s trip to see them at the last public viewing in March:

The surface feels much like concrete encasing the carronade due to pressure and reaction of the elements surrounding the carronades for 162 years.
They were buried in approximately 20′ of sand prior to the Winter of 2007-2008 storms’ erosion.

You can see the mounting apparatus on the bottom of the cannon in this picture on the right.

The pieces in the bottom of the tub are a chain and possibly other bits of the USS Shark Navy schooner, which was wrecked on the Columbia River Bar.
The carronades even have their own blog: Cannon Blog
The USS Shark is one of the hundreds of Oregon and Washington, Columbia River shipwrecks featured on our Dead Reckoning of the Pacific Graveyard shipwreck chart.
Three versions of the chart are currently available (click the following link to see more):

Jamestown, Virginia sold at Crabfest

This beauty sold Saturday at the Crab Festival, before we could even post the pic here!

Only 66 will ever be built.
To have yours: 503-338-6056 or bill@nwlimited.com

What you also missed:

This Ultra-sharp piece with an authentic, original hand-signed autograph by Sir Roger Moore!

American Motorcycle #33 w/autographs by
Peter Fonda, Dennis Hopper and Jack Nicholson! COA included

James Bond #22
Autographed by Sean Connery w/COA
Email Bill to see what’s currently available, or if you’ve got a special interest, inquire about a custom. Pick up the phone: 503-338-6056, we’d love to process your order and send you (for $350), one of the pieces that is still available:

14″ X 11″ this is number 18 in an exclusive edition of 119 pieces, EVER.

At the Crab and Wine Fest in Astoria

All said and done!
Several pieces have found new homes, other shoppers went home with the only regret they’ll ever experience with NW Limited, and that’s NOT BUYING!

View from Friday evening’s festivities:

The shipwreck chart was admired by many.
Every single piece is handmade with pride right here in Clatsop County, Oregon, USA.
Did you miss your chance to take home the ultimate locally-made souvenir of your trip to Astoria?
We ship, and we take plastic, just in case you did miss something, or want to reserve a future build. 503-338-6056 or bill@nwlimited.com

A ticket to see the Beatles

Beatles Concert ticket 1966
What’s this?

Part of a very exclusive set of three 11″ X 14″ Beatles historic memorabilia; to become the ultimate, the pinnacle of Beatles collectibles.
This trio will command the most prestigious display space in your home, office or business.
Each piece included within, without and on the matting is vintage, original and as near to mint as possible.
44 years have passed since some of these items came into being, but this is BRAND NEW from NW Limited…History in VogueTM
Custom-built and highest quality frames enclose your one-of-a-kind Beatles tributes. All are preserved in archival and protective manner, and come to you with their own custom-engineered boxes.
Available for $1500: 503-338-6056 or bill@nwlimited.com

Astoria-Warrenton Seafood and Wine Festival

The stuff’s all moved in and just in time to avoid the inevitable rain drops.
If you’re in the area (North Coast Oregon, South Coast/Long Beach Peninsula, Washington),
then come by booth #35 and find the ultimate gift, locally-made (in the USA!) with pride.
We will have Lewis & Clark maps, Dead Reckoning of the Pacific Graveyard shipwreck charts, celebrity autographed pictures, The Beatles and so much here that it would take us days to list.
Check back over the most recent posts to see the newest of them, or click here to see a sampling of what we’ve already accomplished
See you at the Fairgrounds!


Yoda framed, matted with autograph of Frank Oz for sale $200
#20 of 80 autographed by Frank Oz, the voice of Yoda
11″ X 14″ complete with the USPS stamp and postmark, and Yoda pin from 1980
Custom-built frame and (check that snappy) matting
Made in the USA exclusively by NW Limited…History in VogueTM

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Star Wars autographed

finished, and ready to get crabby:

Star Wars gift for sale
Star Wars #20 original autograph by James Earl Jones, the voice of Darth Vader (SOLD)
Autographed complete with stamps and postmarks issued by the USPS
Star Wars #31 of autographed by Peter Mayhew, the actor who portrayed Chewbacca in the Star Wars movies.

You know how to get ’em: 503-338-6056
Not only do we take plastic, we also ship!