An extremely scarce flintlock-latern pistol by Regnier.    provenance:	 	France dating:	 	circa 1800.

An extremely scarce flintlock-latern pistol by Regnier. provenance: France dating: circa Steampunk before Steampunk?

f Rogue Pirate w 2 weapons Sea Warrior by SBraithwaite on deviantART

PIRATES ABROAD 16" x 12"     Oil on Masonite     ©2004 Don Maitz Few women pirates have been documented. Apart from a Chinese pirate queen, Anne Bonney and Mary Read, and Grace O’Malley history makes little mention of female buccaneers. Piracy and a life at sea was not appealing to most women of the time. However, due to the inclinations of drunken sailors with gold in their pockets, many a woman received her share of pirate treasure.

Pauline's Pirates & Privateers: Lady Pirates: "She was of a Fierce Temper" Pirate Girls

Blackbeard is most likely the most popular (or most notorious) pirate in history. Several historians believe that his real name was Edward Teach and he was a pirate that terrorized areas around West Indies and on the American colonies eastern coast.

Blackbeard is the most popular (or most notorious) pirate in history. Several historians believe that his real name was Edward Teach and he was a pirate that terrorized areas around West Indies and on the American colonies eastern coast.

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