Dart of Death Ball Cap


The images on this hat is adapted from the journal of seaman Lewis Kimberly dated from 1857-1861. On it's side, the hat reads 'Dart of Death' which is derived from a longer quote from another's sailor's journal - "... the dart of death hung as (if) it were trembling by a single hair and no one knew on whose head it would fall." Both this image and quote were paired together to serve as a reminder that life aboard a 19th century war vessel could a dangerous affair - especially in battle

100 % cotton, adjustable strap, one size fits all.

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