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Its a New Year!

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Welcome to 2019. Look for new Stories, Rules and History coming to you

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Happy 4th

Posted by on Jul 4, 2018 | 0 comments

happy 4th of July.   Getting ready for Historicon  – 12 – 15 July in Lancaster, PA.  We’ll have our full line of books, prints and miniatures.  Miniature Mart has sent us some “All Quiet of the Martian Front” rule books and starter sets.  We’ll also have the The Great Martian War Trilogy: America in […]

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Upcoming Events

Posted by on Mar 2, 2018 | 0 comments

Look for us at NJcon June 8th and 9th with all new releases.

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Just an update on titles and availability

Posted by on Jan 21, 2018 | 0 comments

As we are transitioning our trade sales to Simon & Schuster you may see titles disappear and come back on trade sites (Amazon, B&N, etc), don’t worry, they will all be back.  part of this transition is moving information to our new holding company – Pike and Powder.  But don’t fear!  This site will still […]

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The War of 1812 by Gabriele Esposito $30.00

The War of 1812 by Gabriele Esposito

The War of 1812 by Gabriele Esposito

A complete guide to the armies, weapons and uniforms of the War of 1812, written by Gabriele Esposito  This work will cover the US, British, native and Canadian forces that fought in the conflict, often call the second war for independence.  The book will contain a history of the war, battles, key figures as well as maps and figures.

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The War of 1812 by Gabriele Esposito

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A complete guide to the armies, weapons and uniforms of the War of 1812, written by Gabriele Esposito  This work will cover the US, British, native and Canadian forces that fought in the conflict, often call the second war for independence.  The book will contain a history of the war, battles, key figures as well as maps and figures.

Viking and Slavic Designs, Vol. 3 $0.00

Viking and Slavic Designs, Vol. 3

Viking and Slavic Designs, Vol. 3

There In recent years, mass culture has started to focus of the Slavs. The growing importance of re-enactment for the history and archeology also played a role in this. Increased contact between East and West of Europe in various academic fields, including historical sciences, has given us a better understanding of this era.

This volume is based on three pillars - photos, new publications and the Internet. The author has constructed Volume III of the Viking and Slavic Ornamental Design with a new set of 266 or so ancient designs. The first group in the collection includes beautifully decorated wooden Viking objects.  Many of these come from the Irish capital and the local ornamental style. The second group includes items from the Norwegian Museum of Cultural History in Oslo. Thematically, and you will find a large amount of ornamentation in the Borre style. This time, there is new material from the tombs in Mammen, the embroidered and woven patterns from Oseberg and the embroidery of Russia. Piquant, two very well-known weather vanes provided a certain amount of ornaments.

As always, this is present in two-dimensional graphics in black and white, allowing the broadest possibilities. The logic of the system has not changed, focusing on the concept of the style, dating or borne symbolism.

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Viking and Slavic Designs, Vol. 3

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There In recent years, mass culture has started to focus of the Slavs. The growing importance of re-enactment for the history and archeology also played a role in this. Increased contact between East and West of Europe in various academic fields, including historical sciences, has given us a better understanding of this era.

This volume is based on three pillars - photos, new publications and the Internet. The author has constructed Volume III of the Viking and Slavic Ornamental Design with a new set of 266 or so ancient designs. The first group in the collection includes beautifully decorated wooden Viking objects.  Many of these come from the Irish capital and the local ornamental style. The second group includes items from the Norwegian Museum of Cultural History in Oslo. Thematically, and you will find a large amount of ornamentation in the Borre style. This time, there is new material from the tombs in Mammen, the embroidered and woven patterns from Oseberg and the embroidery of Russia. Piquant, two very well-known weather vanes provided a certain amount of ornaments.

As always, this is present in two-dimensional graphics in black and white, allowing the broadest possibilities. The logic of the system has not changed, focusing on the concept of the style, dating or borne symbolism.

Slavic and Viking Designs, Vol 2 by Igor Gorewicz $15.00

Slavic and Viking Designs, Vol 2 by Igor Gorewicz

Slavic and Viking Designs, Vol 2 by Igor Gorewicz

"Viking and Slavic Ornamental Design" volume 2, increases the demand for the graphic collection. Historic re-enactors and enthusiasts of the Viking Age in many countries. This volume presents 258 new, yet old designs.

Selection of patterns is similar to the first edition, but vol. 2. contains two thematic groups. The Boss and Bamberg reliquaries, which are justly considered masterpieces. This focuses on the Slavic and Northern-Germanic mythology of the Viking Age.

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Slavic and Viking Designs, Vol 2 by Igor Gorewicz

$15.00

"Viking and Slavic Ornamental Design" volume 2, increases the demand for the graphic collection. Historic re-enactors and enthusiasts of the Viking Age in many countries. This volume presents 258 new, yet old designs.

Selection of patterns is similar to the first edition, but vol. 2. contains two thematic groups. The Boss and Bamberg reliquaries, which are justly considered masterpieces. This focuses on the Slavic and Northern-Germanic mythology of the Viking Age.

Viking and SLavic Designs – Volume 1 by Igor Gorewicz $15.00

Viking and SLavic Designs – Volume 1 by Igor Gorewicz

Viking and SLavic Designs – Volume 1 by Igor Gorewicz

An album of 343 authentic graphic designs in 2D. Collected mainly from the Viking Age, are not only sourced from Scandinavia, but also from Germany, Central Europe (eg Wolin) and Russia. They have been drawn from a vast selection of artifacts - hilts, crossguards, pottery, jewelry, manuscripts, bone and wood carvings etc. Each and every pattern has a date, origin, place it was found, and meaning, where possible.

All of the graphics presented in this catalog have a common denominator. All of them can be traced back to the Early Middle Ages (V-VI c.) Until the end of XII c. a fully functional entity, recognized as a property of the Middle Ages proper. During that time, a wide variety of ethnicities, culture, spread across Western Europe. Therefore, each designs represent a different cultural identity.

The catalog is intended for artists re-enactors and researches alike, people who are genuinely interested in old cultures, designers, digital artists, tattooists and people inspired by the Early Middle Ages.  Slavic or Viking outfits, jewelry, furniture and leather-work. This album would be of interest to historians or art historians, art students and anybody involved in the recognition of unfamiliar beauty and ancient aesthetics.  This is an area of study that has long been neglected and unappreciated.

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Viking and SLavic Designs – Volume 1 by Igor Gorewicz

$15.00

An album of 343 authentic graphic designs in 2D. Collected mainly from the Viking Age, are not only sourced from Scandinavia, but also from Germany, Central Europe (eg Wolin) and Russia. They have been drawn from a vast selection of artifacts - hilts, crossguards, pottery, jewelry, manuscripts, bone and wood carvings etc. Each and every pattern has a date, origin, place it was found, and meaning, where possible.

All of the graphics presented in this catalog have a common denominator. All of them can be traced back to the Early Middle Ages (V-VI c.) Until the end of XII c. a fully functional entity, recognized as a property of the Middle Ages proper. During that time, a wide variety of ethnicities, culture, spread across Western Europe. Therefore, each designs represent a different cultural identity.

The catalog is intended for artists re-enactors and researches alike, people who are genuinely interested in old cultures, designers, digital artists, tattooists and people inspired by the Early Middle Ages.  Slavic or Viking outfits, jewelry, furniture and leather-work. This album would be of interest to historians or art historians, art students and anybody involved in the recognition of unfamiliar beauty and ancient aesthetics.  This is an area of study that has long been neglected and unappreciated.