|This photograph was taken on Thanksgiving morning in 1976 by Marblehead photographer Bill Purdin. It is one of the most unusual sunrise shots available. It was taken from Fort Sewall at around 5:30 A.M. Orginally used a promotion for Marblehead Magazine, this full-sized poster is only available here on legendinc.com. (21.5 inches x 17 inches)|
|A 22 x 25 full-color poster with four, full-color photographs by local photographer John Fogle. This poster was originally used as a promotion for Marblehead Magazine with an orginal printing of only 1000 in 1981. Today, there are only 25 left and are only available here on legendinc.com. A true collector's item, this poster is a treasure once it is framed and hung in your home.|
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|You can display this one with pride. A durable UV plastic that lasts and lasts. Dimensions are: 3.75 " high x 14" long.|
|These 5 3/8" wide by 4 1/4" high (folded) note cards are on high quality white card stock with original illustrations depicting either the internationally renowned stature of Marblehead Harbor as the Yachting Capital Of America, or the picturesque nature of Marblehead as Seacoast Community featuring Marblehead Harbor and Abbot Hall. The clear, white interior, and lightly textured stock gives you plenty of room for those unforgettable "Thank You," and personal notes that mean so much to your friends. Only available here on legendinc.com. Order one set of 10 (with matching envelopes) for yourself and another for a friend.|
|Six crystal clear, amazing photographs of Marblehead in all her glory: (Clockwise from lower left) Thomas A. Jordan, a true Marbleheader, 13-year Selectman, in his traditional Naval uniform, a winter lobster fisherman hard at work in the mouth of the harbor with Marblehead Neck and Cat Island in the beautiful background, a sunrise over Peach's Point, a fisherman returning to shore in his trusty skiff, yachts in harbor at the height of the summer season, and a seagull soaring over the Good Old Town. Originally published in 1981, there are less than 500 of these collelctor's items left. In packages of 10.|
|This hardwood, handcrafted doormat is double-wonderful. It meticulously cleans shoes and boots before entering your home, and it makes a welcoming statement about the most wonderful, beautiful, historic and living communities in the world! If you wish, you can replace the wording pictured with any wording you desire (extra lines of words cost an extra $15). As the wood ages, this designer doormat looks better and better. If you purchase two, the second one is discounted $50. Dimensions: 19" x 36"|