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Hanging on to those Hamiltons and Franklins…

Always wanted that epitome of stylishness, a duct-tape wallet?  Of course, one can buy it…  But now the same folks, DB Clay, that sell the finished product, will send a kit, so that one can have the satisfaction of making one’s own– and the artistic freedom to make it just as one likes it:

As we consider the frontiers of accessorization, we might recall that it was on this date that Ponce de Leon became the first European to land on the coast of Florida.  (“The Ponce,” who believed that the peninsula was an island, called it “La Florida” because his discovery came during the time of the Easter feast, or “Pascua Florida.”)

In search of the Fountain of Youth, Ponce de Leon came ashore near what we now know as St. Augustine, wearing a fetching silver sword-and-scabbard combination and a pair of tres-courant matchlock pistols, complemented by a stunning stone-encrusted powder horn.

Ponce de Leon greeted by Native American Chief Agueybana

Written by (Roughly) Daily

April 2, 2009 at 1:01 am

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