Sunday, October 25th is Wonder Woman Day!
Click to visit The Wonder Woman Museum
Events in Portland, Oregon at Excalibur Comics and Flemington, New Jersey (Comic Fusion) celebrate the popular DC Comics character and raise money to benefit domestic violence shelters. More than $69,000 has been raised so far.
Know a “Wonder Woman”?
Sunday, October 25th is Wonder Woman Day!
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!
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These two custom builds were picked up Sunday at the Astoria-Warrenton airport as their lucky new owner (hiya, Brad!) flew in especially to pick them up.
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(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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…checking it twice!
Santa Claus has loaded his sleigh with History in Vogue pieces for many lucky recipients.
He didn’t find these stellar gifts in a mall; Santa knows that even though we don’t have a shopping cart within our website that he can call or email us to place an order – or Mr. Kringle was lucky enough to encounter us at one of the shows we attended in the past months.
Guaranteed to be smiles, WOWs, laughter and likely even tears when these were opened.
What’s under their trees? Peep these (and click on each to find out more about them and the editions they are part of):
Look what was under some lucky person’s Christmas tree this year:
A one of one Eric Clapton originally autographed photo paired with an original-release 45 of Derek & the Dominoes’ “Layla.”
Merry Christmas, Ben!
While it’s too late to catch a flight with Santa in 2008, you can resolve to WOW someone in 2009!
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…See it all (well, almost)!
The slideshow gallery linked above contains a mere sampling of every topic we cover.
It started with the Lewis & Clark maps, but now there is no limit to the possibilities:
Celebrity and historical autographed photos, sports, comics, local historic events, everything eventually gathers under the definition of History in VogueTM!
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Links (more galleries):
Dead Reckoning of the Pacific Graveyard
and an improved, Jimmy Stewart #28 “Ziegfield Girls” movie promo photo w/autograph and reproduction movie memorabilia. Limited to only 50, no two will be exactly alike, but all will have the USPS first day issue stamp and postmark commemorating James Maitland Stewart.
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“Army of Darkness” (1992) Ash (portrayed by Bruce Campbell), the hero, is pictured at left in this newly finished, framed event by NW Limited…History in VogueTM of Astoria, Oregon.
Completely custom-built, it also features acid-free matting, Studio molding and conservation glass so that it will last long into to the future.
Nothing else like it anywhere, it is signed by the builder, Bill Brooks himself.
If you’d like to purchase this as a gift or for yourself, contact us at 503-338-6056, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
For more framed entertainment fine art, historic maps and shipwreck chart, visit our website:
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