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The focus of this Silver Surfer/Joe Satriani custom is the original relase 45 “Surfing with the Alien” off of the album with the same name.
The artwork for the album, released August 1987 was “borrowed” from Marvel Comics’ issue #1 June of 1982 Silver Surfer, page 6, panel 1. No permission was ever granted for this although the album was re-issued in August 2007 for its 20th anniversary. That Legacy Edition artwork is displayed with the 45 and the comic is on the left surrounded by the USPS first day of issue stamps and postmarks commemorating Marvel Comics.
On the right, a photo of Joe Satriani is autographed and displayed with a Limited Edition “Silver Surfer” guitar pin.
In sleeves on the back you will find each item’s provenance as well as a duplicate comic to read. No other gathering of entertainment fine art will you find to match this History in Vogue original and one of a kind. It is the pinnacle of assemblage.
Everything is contained within a custom-built wood frame and protected by conservation glass.
We build customs occasionally by special request. We have several pieces already finished and ready for purchase at www.nwlimited.com so come claim your piece of History in VogueTM!
A handful of new builds, all currently available for purchase:
All except the Jack Nicholson Joker are finished with the new Made in USA Framerica molding! We’re excited to add this to our materials and increase our domestic content.
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Thanks, Tony, for these photos of your new Dead Reckoning the Pacific Graveyard shipwreck chart hanging in your office at the United States Coast Guard Regional Exam Center in Portland, Oregon.
Tony has to say:
Well I got my Dead Reckoning piece hung up in my office here with the Coast Guard Regional Exam Center in Portland; it looks really awesome and I am very pleased with it. Thanks! You did a great job on it.
I have attached two photos of the piece on my wall; they aren’t the best photos as my office is some what small and hard to get a good shot, but at least you can get an idea of what it looks like; everyone here really likes it as well.
It was good meeting you and I hope to get down to Astoria one of these days again and will try to look you up if I can; you are also welcome to come here to my office in Portland if you would like any time.
In 1978, Christopher Reeve defined the role of Superman and Clark Kent in Superman: The Movie
(Click on the images to see them up close, but remember they’re even better in person!)
THREE Star Wars:
TWO James Bond:
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These are brand new:
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The holidays are upon us.
Time to start thinking about Christmas if you haven’t already.
Why not find something that feels custom-made, like it was built just for that special person?
Chances are that we have something built that will appeal to those hardest to buy for in a way that nothing else could.
Due to the tremendous effort and logistics of gathering components, time is up for a custom, though we can print a gift certificate for you for any within our editions.
Every piece is an event unto itself, and destined to become treasured family heirlooms, and designated favorite.
Here are a few suggestions, and a range for every budget, these represent pieces that are currently in stock and ready to ship:
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On October 25, 1906, the bark Peter Iredale was wrecked on the Oregon coast at Clatsop Spit nearWarrenton attempting a Columbia River entrance.
For information on ordering a shipwreck chart directly from the creator, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 503-338-6056.
#11 of 198, Ryne Sandberg kicks off our “Take Me Out to the Ballgame” edition of 198 pieces commemorating the 100-year anniversary of the song’s birth.
Included in this loaded piece are the USPS first-day-issue stamp and Washington, DC postmark dated July 18, 2008 commemorating the 100-year anniversary of the song “Take Me Out to the Ballgame”, and custom-matted and framed is a March 16, 1992 edition of Sports Illustrated (color, readable article is included), an originally autographed (COA also included) Upper Deck Baseball Heroes card #15 of 99 which celebrates his home run record, a 2006 comeback pin #0446 of 5000 AND a Hall of Fame induction postmark (the year Sandberg’s number was retired) of Cooperstown, NY dated July 31, 2005.
Hard-backed, all of the provenance items will be included in a sleeve and your piece is ready to hang! The ultimate Ryne Sandberg tribute, ever.
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