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Edward Teach was more famously known as the pirate "Blackbeard". On November 21, 1718 Teach's ship was engaged by Lieutenant Robert Maynard, who had been commanded to put an end to Teach's piracy. After a few small scuffles throughout the night, Teach boarded Maynard's ship the following day while unaware that the majority of Maynard's crew was hidden below the deck. After a bloody battle, the great Blackbeard was killed. During the fight he had been shot five times and stabbed no less than fifteen times before he finally succumbed to blood loss. His head was removed and put on display while his body thrown overboard.

Blackbeard is a reworked large vinyl doll who stands 21" tall. He is dressed in a rough cotton shirt under a sueded cloth vest with black pants. Three pistols are strapped across his chest and he wears a thick leather belt that holsters a bloodied knife. In his hand he holds some treasure, strands of faux beads and golden coins.

His body is covered with gunshot and stab wounds and is bloodied from his final battle and some bone protrudes from the neck stump.

His severed head is attached to his other hand. His large eyes are clouded over in a death-stare and he bleeds from his nose and mouth as well as the nasty wounds on his face. A sueded burgundy headwrap is worn over his long black hair, and his infamous twisted beard is adorned with satin burgundy ribbons.

All Headless Historicals dolls come with a certificate signed by the artist that gives a little history about the subject.

Headless Historicals specializes in dolls and other items that commemorate the lives and deaths of famous people in history. You can see photos and information of all the dolls we've done over the years on our website at www.HeadlessHistoricals.com

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SALE - Blackbeard Pirate Edward Teach - Killed in Battle. Gruesome & bloody 21-inch effigy doll by Headless Historicals.


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  • Materials: vinyl doll form, leather, synthetic hair, fabric
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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