Boba Fett, Easy Rider, Batman and The Jokers

A handful of new builds, all currently available for purchase:

Signed by Peter Fonda and Jack Nicholson of Easy Rider this American Motorcycle number 39 of 119 is $375.00

Signed by Peter Fonda and Jack Nicholson of Easy Rider this American Motorcycle number 39 of 119 is $375.00

Heath Ledger as DC Comics Joker signed limited edition number 6 of 7 $525.00

Heath Ledger as DC Comics' Joker signed limited edition number 6 of 7 $525.00

Jack Nicholson autographed this limited edition for sale $375.00

Jack Nicholson autographed this limited edition for sale $375.00

Autographs of Christian Bale and Heath Ledger of Dark Knight this number 6 of 7 is SOLD

Autographs of Christian Bale and Heath Ledger of Dark Knight this number 6 of 7 is SOLD

Jeremy Bulloch autographed this limited edition number 36 of 77 for sale $325.00

Jeremy Bulloch autographed this limited edition number 36 of 77 for sale $325.00

 

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. 

For purchasing information call 503-338-6056 or email bill@nwlimited.com

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Astoria, Oregon historic photographs

 These five will join another set of framed, historic photographs and of course a Dead Reckoning shipwreck chart that Bill built as customs to hang in the Clatsop County Courthouse in Astoria, Oregon.

Various images depicting scenes from Astorias rich, historic past

Various images depicting scenes from Astoria's rich, historic past - a custom, part of a set to accompany a framed, shipwreck chart

The first three with framed chart

The first three with framed chart

Nobody frames history like we do!
Wander on over to the website and see what’s available.

We have Oregon, Washington local historic events and autographed, entertainment events with national, even global appeal, all made right here in Astoria, OR.

 

Email: bill@nwlimited.com or phone 503-338-6056

No parking!

Soggy Sunday Market:
The air was thick and close as the van was packed this morning, which quickly changed to a soaking drizzle-turned downpour and back and forth between the two for the duration of this weekend’s Astoria Sunday Market.

This was the view from NW Limited, today on Hood to Coast weekend at Astorias Sunday Market

This was the view from NW Limited on Hood to Coast weekend at Astoria's Sunday Market

Bill was ousted from his usual booth location next door to Delectables by Phyllis and in front of Lucy’s Books, because someone thought not enough and left their very dirty truck parked there. 
Two different tow trucks tried, but none could budge the marooned mudball.

A Sunday Market first?

A Sunday Market first?

Its owner nowhere to be located, there it sat dribbling mud glops into the street.

Bill set up the booth kiddie-corner from his usual location, but the upshot of a day like this is that no one shops.
Instead, they hurry from place to place sheltered by umbrellas or hats, and clutching their sacks or coats around them, eager to get in out of the damp.
The gutters ran to overflowing with the runoff from vendor tents at Sunday Market in Astoria, Oregon this weekend The rain comes from every direction on a day like this. Puddling in the roofs of vendors’ tents, awaiting the right moment to spill down the hapless’ backs, and rising in the gutters, then splashing back upward even on the sheltered items, splattering everything.
What doesn’t get soaked that way is not overlooked by the gusting winds.
Beer bottles at the nearby Rogue Brewery booth would shatter on the wet
pavement as boxes absorbed the ubiquitous moisture,

The empty center rows had just been swept up and washed away after falling to the ground.

The empty center rows had just been swept up and washed away after falling to the ground.

sagged and the table ultimately betrayed its load.

Spirits were remarkably buoyant, but the effect of the liquid sunshine was definitely felt: Sales were low, as was overall attendance noticeably so.
Cello music added to the ambience, and when it was time to leave, the process was hastened as much as possible by the impatient vendors.

Run, Phyllis!

The truck next door

Now that you’re home and dry, shop our website while we dry off and gird ourselves for the coming busy week.
We are expecting Dylan and Mary Tyler Moore to join the newly-finished Woodstock piece as unique customs.
Let us not forget that last year’s Market delivered 16 rainy, blustery Sundays.
Look for us next week in our -usual- location.

Press: Coast Weekend

NW Limited…History in VogueTM is what’s happening:

Click here to read the online article in the Daily Astorian’s Coast Weekend.

Galleries

Slideshows!
Here’s a list of our flash galleries illustrating a sampling of the vast range of historic events we cover, and have covered.
From one of ones to one in a thousand, all are unique, and any can be customized for you (click on the big, bold words to be transported):

An overview of all editions and customs: WOW
Our shipwreck chart of the Oregon and Washington coasts: Dead Reckoning of the Pacific Graveyard
American Motorcycle edition of 90: American Motorcycle
And a sampling of the builds to date within our edition of 90 Beatles tributesThe Beatles

Email Bill Brooks to inquire, or phone 503-338-6056
More soon…

Lewis & Clark and Jamestown, Virginia maps

 These look amazing with the new “distressed” frame molding:

Lewis & Clark black map with distressed frame by NW Limited...History in Vogue

Lewis & Clark "black" map with distressed frame by NW Limited...History in Vogue $275 as shown

Map of Jamestown, Virginia with USPS first-day-issue stamps and postmarks commemorating the quadricentennial of the settlement of Jamestown

Map of Jamestown, Virginia with USPS first-day-issue stamps and postmarks commemorating the quadricentennial of the settlement of Jamestown $200 as shown

 

To possess:

bill@nwlimited.com  or 503-338-6056

 

Links:
NW Limited…History in VogueTM

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(click on the “wow” for our gallery)

 

 

 

 

News & Pics from the Fest for Beatles in Vegas

NW Limited...History in Vogue at the Fest for Beatles 2008

 

 

 

Nice lift (too close to the merchandise…sheesh!), didn’t damage anything, and the Fest has just now started.
Here’s a shoutout to Dave Haber of Paperblog Writer Beatles Blog at What Goes On! (thanks for the stop-in!)! Hey, Jude as photographed by David Haber of The Beatles Blog at whatgoeson.com                  

At right, a photo posted/taken by David Haber, today, Sunday the 29th of June, at the Fest for Beatles Fans in Las Vegas from his blog. Click here for David’s blog, Paperblog Writer
Evel Knievel autographed American Motorcycle by NW Limited...History in Vogue
Glenn of Visalia, CA took home this Evel Knievel autographed American Motorcycle. 

Thanks, Glenn, enjoy your purchase!

Annnd we’re off! (keep watching for updates!)

Thank you to our remote reporter “4” for the pics and your time!

Links:
Embracing Commercialism
David Haber’s Live Blog from the Fest for Beatles

In Las Vegas

The Beatles I Want to Hold Your Hand 45 presented by NW Limited...History in Vogue
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The Beatles All You Need is Love
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The Beatles Michelle framed 45, pins and royal mail postmarks, for sale by NW Limited...History in Vogue in Las Vegas

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The Beatles Hello Goodbye framed tribute to the Beatles, a great gift for the Beatles fan

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Beatles Hey Jude framed art for sale including original, vintage 45 and pins
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The Beatles Love Me Do
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The Beatles The Ballad of John and Yoko
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The Beatles I Want to Hold Your Hand
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The Beatles Rain 45 with NEMS pin and Royal Mail stamps and postmark
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The Beatle Back in the USSR Rain 45 with NEMS pin and Royal Mail stamps and postmark
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The Beatle Back in the USSR Rain 45 with NEMS pin and Royal Mail stamps and postmark
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Batman autographed
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Wolverine autographed by Hugh Jackman
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Brandon Routh as Superman, autographed, framed picture
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Autographed (PSA/DNA) by James Maitland Stewart

AND:
Yoda the Jedi Master framed Star Wars collectible

Sunday at the Market

Evel Knievel has left the building!
He will not be in Las Vegas with us later this month, but stay tuned for who will be!

Framed by NW Limited...History in Vogue, autographed photo of Evel Knievel on his Harley Davidson
There’s still room in our exclusive edition of 119 American Motorcycle pieces for yours!

Dead Reckoning of the Pacific Graveyard shipwreck chart by Bill Brooks of Astoria, Oregon. Available for sale 503-338-6056

 

1.0002 other Sunday market shoppers “charted” a course for greatness, too!

 

Want to know how you can be a part of History in Vogue?

Click here for our website:
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