- Sale!Brand: st justin, Material: Tin (Pewter) Height 125 mm, width (Basic), 100mm, Straight side Celtic tankard comes in a deluxe gift box
- Out of stockLughs knot seal – pewter seal with Celtic Lugh’s knot design. Lugh was the most honoured of the Irish gods. He was renowned for his multitude of talents and skills. Seal diameter: 23mm Height: 71mm. Supplied with 1 stick of red sealing wax. Seal Lughs knot comes in a deluxe gift box
- Out of stockPewter seal with Celtic knot design Seal diameter: 23mm Height: 71mm. Supplied with 1 stick of red sealing wax. Seal Celtic nations comes in a deluxe gift box
- Out of stockBrand: st justin, Material: Tin (Pewter), ston : Amethyst Height 22 mm, width 57mm, Triangular knot cross clipTriangular knot gemstone cross money clip comes in a deluxe gift box
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Set of 50 Pirate CoinsOn the 22nd October 1707 the Isles of Scilly bore witness to the second worst disaster in the history of the Royal Navy. The British naval fleet, under the command of Sir Clowdisley Shovell, was returning from Gibraltar to Portsmouth during October 1707. Due to a combination of bad weather and the inability of mariners to accurately calculate their longitudinal position, the fleet lost its way approaching the Isles of Scilly. Subsequently four men-o’-war, together with the flagship HMS Association, were wrecked on Western Rocks. 1450 men lost their lives. The finding of HMS Association in 1967, by a Royal Navy diving expedition and the discovery of hoards of silver coins led to more government legislation, notably the 1973 Protection of Wrecks Act – an attempt to preserve British historic wreck sites as part of our maritime heritage. 30,000 coins have so far been recovered since the relocation of the wreck.