About NW Limited…History in Vogue

Bill with his Dead Reckoning of the Pacific Graveyard shipwreck chart

Bill with Dead Reckoning of the Pacific Graveyard shipwreck chart


We are a small (single-proprietor) business located in Astoria, Oregon.
Our focus is unique, framed historic events giving them new life as something completely transcendent.
NW Limited…History in VogueTM began as the NW Columbia Map Company in 2003. 
The Lewis & Clark maps were the maps that launched the journey so to speak.
They evolved into a “limited” edition focus, that of the first-day-issue stamps and postmarks. 
Along with that directive came a higher aspiration towards quality in lieu of quantity, and always the emphasis on
made in the USA.
The History in Vogue tagline was coined because it aptly describes the product:
Our memories, our past is part of who we are right now. 
Our collective history defines us.
We like to think that before it’s all over, we will have produced something that everyone would be proud to own, a piece of personal history that feels custom-built, and will withstand long-term display and enjoyment, treasured for generations to come.
Whatever your history, your interests and favorites, it is certain that you’ll find a piece of pop culture or historic significance to call your own. 
Currently in our lineup are:
Lewis & Clark maps
The USS Ronald Reagan
Dead Reckoning of the Pacific Graveyard
Frank Sinatra
Hammer Horror
Jamestown, Virginia
The Beatles
Take Me Out to the Ballgame
American Motorcycle
DC Comics
Marvel Comics
Jimmy Stewart
James Bond

Bill creates a limited number of customs as well as the above events/subjects. 
Contact him to see what’s possible: 503-338-6056 or email bill@nwlimited.com
Please visit our website to see more: History in VogueTM
Published on March 27, 2008 at 1:27 pm  Comments (5)  

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  1. Dear Proprietor,
    I read your kind comment on Motorcyclebloggers.com regarding my “Vintage Supreme” article about the 1913 Boardtrack Racer restoration. If you would like to use the article on your website or elsewhere, I can provide it to you. There are a couple of other articles that you may be interested in as well, although they are not exclusively American in nature. I still own all rights to all articles even though they have been published on some web sites and/or blogs.
    Please let me know if you are interested.

    Take care,
    Dennis Lid
    (760) 771-2557

  2. Glad you like the 20 Best Oregon Books list.

    I’m hoping to get to Astoria this summer — I haven’t been there in a long time. I’ll be sure to stop at the Sunday Market when I go!

  3. Dear Bill:

    It was very interesting talking to you of my friendship with The Frank Sinatra gang, which included Jilly Rizzo, Pat Henry, Irv Cotler, Al Viola, Bill Miller, Gene Sirica, Joe Parnello, Vinny Falcone and my dearest friend who Sid and I relate to as brothers the man who was so friendly with Frank and has played his music all over the world “Sid Mark” for 60 years. There are so many stories to tell that it would take a great deal of space. I will attempt to send yo some photos.

    Thank you

    Petey Bear

  4. A little blog serendipity here… my current blog entry is called The Parable of the Crab Pots, and I noticed I had a reader who picked it up from the “crabbing” tags. For fun, I went over to see who else was using the tags – you were. Not only that, you’re using the Quentin theme, as am I.

    You’re the first other Quentin user I’ve found since coming to WP. Obviously, you are folks of impeccable taste! I’ve enjoyed poking around your blog, and especially liked the Shipwreck Registry.

    Now that I know you exist, I’ll keep an eye out. I’ve forwarded your site on to some Beatles and motorcycle fans I know!

  5. Goonies goonies goonies

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