|Antietam Throw |
On the morning of September 17, 1862, Union and Confederate soldiers marched toward Sharpsburg, Maryland, unaware that the upcoming Battle of Antietam would become, with more than 22,000 lives lost, the bloodiest single-day massacre in American history. This 100% cotton, Ultraweave throw - capturing the march to battle as well as the portraits of Union General George B. McClellan, Confederate General A.P. Hill, and humanitarian Clara Barton amazingly woven into the fabric - measures a generous 60"x 48".
|Eintritt Verboten! Metal Sign |
This reproduction of a World War II German military sign declaring "Entry Forbidden!" is made of 24-gauge steel that is hand distressed to create the look and feel of aged metal and paint. Measures 20"x 5" and includes mounting holes.
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