CELEBRATE YORKTOWN DAY~With a Revolutionary Manager's Special!

It was on this day that British General Charles Cornwallis surrendered to Commander-in-Chief of the Continental Army, George Washington. The British troops marched up Surrender Road to a big field and laid down their arms. Some cursed, some cried, but for the soon-to-be-called "Americans", the victory was sweet!
This event effectively ended the Revolutionary War, and gave us our Freedom!

Every year, the people of Yorktown remember this important day in history with a celebration.

Having lived in and been inspired by the town of York, for over 45 years, Nancy Thomas could not have been a more perfect artist to have been commissioned by The Yorktown Day Committee to create the OFFICIAL Yorktown Day Celebration POSTER, for 5 years in a row!

In this election year, and always, we at The Nancy Thomas Gallery encourage American's to reflect on our roots of freedom...

Friday, October 19th through Monday, October  22nd, 
we offer to ALL PATRIOTS, 
Nancy's Yorktown Day posters,
 mounted on wooden frames, ready to display with pride,
at the revolutionary price of $45! (regular retail $95)

Choose your favorite, or DECLARE YOUR RIGHT to OWN ALL FIVE!  
At this price, YOU'RE FREE to do so!
(had to say that..just had to...)

You knew there would be fine print with this special, right?
This is a limited time, IN-STORE, IN-STOCK offer.
All sales are final and no other discounts apply.
We are happy to offer this special to you!


People of Vision 11x14 Special price $45 (regular retail $95)

Yorktown: Rooted in History 11x14 Special price $45 (regular retail $95)

Victory at Yorktown 11x14 Special price $45. (regular retail $95)

Jamestown to Yorktown: A Journey to Remember 11x14 Special Price $45 (regular retail $95.)

Washington/Rochambeau Revolutionary Route 11x14 Special Price $45. (regular retail $95)

Call or visit one of the gallery locations: 
Historic Yorktown

Merchant's Square-Colonial Williamsburg


email Sheri@nancythomasgallery.com


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