Themed Historical Prints

By History America

$15.95

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These U.S. history posters bring the past to life in meticulous artistic detail. From the evolution of baseball and military uniforms to the progression of aviation, each Made in the USA poster carefully recreates periods throughout history (up to the present day). The result is in an eye-catching—and educational—addition to your wall.

  • Made in the USA: Marquette, MI
  • Materials: Printed on 80 lb. acid-free matte text with fade-free ink
  • Care: Do not fold or bend prints
  • Watercolor styled print
  • Features progression of the titled theme from circa pre-revolution to modern day
  • Prints come rolled in an acid-free poly sleeve and are shipped in a hard craft tube
  • Standard frame size
  • Dimensions: 11.75” x 36”
  • Weight: 0.07 lb.

22 Reviews (5 out of 5 Grommets)

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Flags

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I bought the flag history framed print. I love it. Lots of compliments and a great conversation piece.

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Beautiful

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I gave the Police Officer print to our friend who is an officer and he said it is really cool (Support your local law enforcement!). I sent the American flag print to my friend and we put one up in our office. Everyone is impressed by the quality and uniqueness.More > < Less

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Wonderful

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Historically accurate. Beautifully drawn. Realistic colors.

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neat purchase

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great illustrations, really appreciate it!

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Great print

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This is a high quality print. I got it professionally framed to really set it off. Now I can show off my pride of being retired law enforcement.

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About History America

Patriotic Posters

Put some artful U.S. history in your surroundings with these detailed posters. From early firefighters to the evolution of aviation, these illustrations show how uniforms, equipment and more evolved throughout the years. And each one is Made in the USA.

The way History America creates each poster is (almost) as interesting as the history it honors. After careful research, models reenact looks throughout the decades—and centuries. From muskets to fatigues, the costumes and props capture the essence of each era. Founder Mark Waterman photographs as many as 1,000 shots of each look, then the artists at History America paint the final images for a striking effect.

Mark has always been interested in history and became intrigued by the evolution of firefighter’s gear. He decided to create a visual way to honor it. From there, he took more vocations that not only preserve the past, but also bring it to life.