This Coming to America King Jaffe Joffer Costume is licensed from the classic 1980's movie. - Hat - Shawl - Glasses - Jacket
With this Prince Akeem costume from Coming to America, you can have hours of fun adjusting to a foreign way of life and attempting to woo your true love. This officially licensed costume is available exclusively from us, and we think you'll be ushered into any party as true royalty. And if anyone asks you about the dead leopard on your shoulder, you can tell them it's an ancient custom in your country of Zamunda (and also that it's not a real leopard). - Jacket - Shawl - Bow Tie - Necklace - Medallion - Mustache - Crown
A VIVID AND FASCINATING LOOK AT AMERICAN HISTORY THROUGH THE PRISM OF THE COUNTRY’S MOST STORIED HIGHWAY, THE BOSTON POST ROAD During its evolution from Indian trails to modern interstates, the Boston Post Road, a system of over-land routes between New York City and Boston, has carried not just travelers and mail but the march of American history itself. Eric Jaffe captures the progress of people and culture along the road through four centuries, from its earliest days as the king of England’s “best highway” to the current era. Centuries before the telephone, radio, or Internet, the Boston Post Road was the primary conduit of America’s prosperity and growth. News, rumor, political intrigue, financial transactions, and personal missives traveled with increasing rapidity, as did people from every walk of life. From post riders bearing the alarms of revolution, to coaches carrying George Washington on his first presidential tour, to railroads transporting soldiers to the Civil War, the Boston Post Road has been essential to the political, economic, and social development of the United States. Continuously raised, improved, rerouted, and widened for faster and heavier traffic, the road played a key role in the advent of newspapers, stagecoach travel, textiles, mass-pro...
The King jaffe tee is constructed of cotton jersey featuring a print on front panel.
This is a beautiful February 14th, 1938 playbill from the Broadway revival of the HENRIK IBSEN classic "A DOLL'S HOUSE" which played the Broadhurst Theatre in New York City. (The production opened December 27th, 1937 and ran for 144 performances.) ..... The play starred RUTH GORDON and featured JESSICA ROGERS, JOSEPH OLNEY, DENNIS KING, MARGARET WALLER, PAUL LUKAS, SAM JAFFE, GRACE MILLS, LORNA LYNN MEYERS and HOWARD SHERMAN ..... CREDITS: Book by HENRIK IBSEN; Acting Version by THORNTON WILDER; Sets and Costumes designed by DONALD OENSLAGER; Produced and Directed by JED HARRIS ..... DETAILS: The 22 page playbill measures 6 3/4" X 9 1/4" inches and includes full production credits, cast list, synopsis of scenes, bios of each of the leading actors and wonderful vintage advertising, but no cast photos ..... CONDITION: This playbill is in excellent condition and will make a wonderful addition to the collection of any theatre aficionado or historian. This item will be carefully packaged in a protective, carded sleeve and backed by stiff cardboard.