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#FlashbackFriday | Who Will Claim The Iron Throne? | Winter is Coming | 1831 French Artillery

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#FlashbackFriday | Who Will Claim The Iron Throne? | Winter is Coming | 1831 French Artillery

#FlashbackFriday | Who Will Claim The Iron Throne? | Winter is Coming | 1831 French Artillery Sword #GofT Tribute 💛 In today's Vlog, we pay tribute to the upcoming George R Martin’s "Game Of Thrones" series finally. 💛 Will John and Dany stay together, or kill each other? 💛 Who will Tyrion Support? 💛 What is Arya’s destiny? 💛 And who will Claim the Iron Throne? 💛 Would the 1831 Artiliary blade hold off the dead? 💛 Winter is Coming. House Stark beware. 💛ContentCreators: Who do you think will claim the iron throne?   hashtag#Gameofthrones hashtag#IronThrone hashtag#Sword hashtag#Marketing hashtag#linkedincreators hashtag#branding...

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#FlashbackFriday | Bobby Orr Rookie Card | The Most Expensive Sports Cards Ever Sold

Duncan Gillis #flashbackfriday bobby orr memorabilia bobby orr rookie card most valuable baseball cards paul henderson paul henderson jersey 1972 sports memorabilia t206 honus wagner the greatest defenceman to ever play the game the most expensive sports cards ever sold the pride of boston the pride of parry sound

#FlashbackFriday | Bobby Orr Rookie Card | The Most Expensive Sports Cards Ever Sold

#FlashBackFriday | 💛 Bobby Orr Rookie Card 💛  💛 The greatest defenceman to ever play the game, and the pride of #Boston and Parry Sound. 💛 In today's #FlashbackFriday video we look at Bobby Orr and his 1966/67 Topps Rookie Card.  💛 NHL fans who was the greatest hockey player of all time Gretzky or Orr? Tell us below. 💛 Today we had a something great walk into our vintage shop. It is a 1967 (66-67) topps Bobby Orr rookie card. 💛 As many of you know from our discussions on Pinterest and social. 💛 I started the Maritime Vintage...

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#FlashbackFriday | They Don’t Build ‘Em Like They Used To

Duncan Gillis #FlashbackFriday | They Don’t Build ‘Em Like They Used To

#FlashbackFriday | They Don’t Build ‘Em Like They Used To

Pedal Car Rat Rod - "They Don’t Build ‘Em Like They Used To" "Don’t Sell Crap - Yes I am speaking to many of you drop shippers out there" - Maritime Vintage  Looking at the toys of our youth its not hard to tell that they “Don’t Build ‘Em Like They Used To”. Our pedal car rat rod is a testament to this: "it takes a licking and keeps on ticking."  What ever happened to that old #Timex #Marketing #Campaign? I have not heard it used in a while? But I digress. “They don’t Build ‘Em Like They Used To” - A...

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#FlashbackFriday | The Four Symbols Album | Symbolism in Branding: Zeppelin Style

Duncan Gillis #FlashbackFriday | The Four Symbols Album | Symbolism in Branding: Zeppelin Style Duncan Gillis Flashback Friday Jimmy Page John Bonham Led Zeppelin Led Zeppelin IV maritime vintage The Symbol Albume vinyl Vinyl records Zeppelin

#FlashbackFriday | The Four Symbols Album | Symbolism in Branding: Zeppelin Style

Learn from the past. Zeppelin's mystery jacket with no mention of the bands name and no writing on the jacket. Ingenious or Bust?  The fourth album by Led Zeppelin was released on the 8th November 1971. The untitled album has been most commonly referred to as Led Zeppelin IV. It has also been called, #Four  #Symbols. The symbols are actually #runes, picked out by the band members. A rune is a rudimentary symbol that proceeded written language. “All we have are four symbols on the shrink wrapping . There’s nothing on the jacket, not even on the spine, to give a...

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#FlashbackFriday | #Nipper | "His Masters Voice" | #Brands That Stand the Test of Time

Duncan Gillis #FlashbackFriday | #Nipper | "His Masters Voice" | #Brands That Stand the Test of Time

#FlashbackFriday | #Nipper | "His Masters Voice" | #Brands That Stand the Test of Time

❤️"His Masters Voice" - Nipper ❤️The RCA Mascot Nipper the alert terrier with an ear cocked to listen to the phonograph was immortalized in a painting  by Francis Barraud that later became the RCA Victor trademark. The image of the adorable little puppy sitting with a cocked head next to a gramophone is etched into our collective minds. Nipper (1884–1895) was a dog from Bristol, England, who served as the model for a painting by Francis Barraud titled "His Master's Voice". Nipper was a mixed-breed dog and probably part Jack Russell Terrier, or "part Bull Terrier". He was named Nipper because he would "nip" the backs of visitors' legs. Nipper’s  story stretches back to #Bristol where...

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