Photography by Mieke Verbijlen via Need Supply blog
HANNIBAL & THEATER III. of XIII.
↳ THE PROPS
// remove everything that has no relevance to the story. if you say in the first chapter that there is a rifle hanging on the wall, in the second or third chapter it absolutely must go off. if it’s not going to be fired, it shouldn’t be hanging there. //
UNUSUAL HOARD commission for death-does-disco - do you think they all sleep in the same tree
Always sad to leave these mountains, they feel a bit like home.
In 3 weeks or so I’m headed across Black Bear and Imogene Pass in western Colorado (near Telluride), if ya wanna join the expedition drop me an email (4x4 high clearance rig required 💫)
— Usually said when one suggests an activity that can be dangerous to ones health and/or well-being.
- Dated: 1765 - 1785
- Culture: British
- Measurements: 105.15 cm
The sword features a burnished steel hilt with ribbed pommel. The barrel-shaped spiral wooden grip is covered with white rayskin and silver gilt foil. The blade is two-edged and has a gilt panel with floral trellis, blued panel gold edge and with three fleur-de-lys, inscription, inner face with crowned “G R III”. The Carlton House Catalogue records that “this sword was worn by the Marquis of Granby at the Battle of Minden”.