"Knox Moving Co." Sticker
The sticker: Our original design honors Henry Knox and the herculean effort that brought about the end of the siege of Boston. More information on Knox is below. And for those who are interested, the canon image is from John Müller, "A Treatise of Artillery,” published 1757, imprint date 1779; The Evans Collection, Early American Imprints, Series I, 1639-1800.
Printed in the US on thick, durable vinyl with a UV laminate that protects the sticker from scratching, rain, and sunlight. Die cut.
This design is also available on a short-sleeved shirt, long-sleeved shirt, and in a magnet.
Also available for a limited time, Fort Ticonderoga limited edition print — Signed and numbered — Only 200 printed.
Size: 3" x 4.24"
Historical Background Behind the Design: Henry Knox and his noble train of artillery
"On March 17, 1776, George Washington stood on Dorchester Heights alongside fifty-nine captured cannon high above the city of Boston, Massachusetts, and watched as British troops peacefully evacuated the city after an eleven-month siege.
"It was a remarkable moment for many reasons. The siege had begun in April 1775, in the days after the Revolution’s opening battles at Lexington and Concord, when local militias cut off the peninsular city from surrounding towns. A twenty-five-year-old Continental Army officer and former Boston bookseller named Henry Knox suggested that cannon might be used to drive the British from the town. Washington sent Knox to Crown Point and the recently captured Fort Ticonderoga in northern New York to retrieve fifty-nine cannon and mortars and bring them to Boston. . . .
"Knox and his men moved the cannon 300 miles in fifty-six days with the help of oxen and ice sledges and arrived outside Boston on January 25, 1776. When powder for the cannon finally arrived, the Americans began firing on Boston on March 2, and on March 4 mounted the largest guns on Dorchester Heights. British fire couldn’t reach Washington’s forces, and the British loaded their ships and withdrew to Halifax, Nova Scotia, on March 17."
Thanks to Dr. Bob Allison, professor of history at Suffolk University, for his helpful comments on this design.
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I was so pleased when I received my stickers. All of them were beautifully printed with vibrant colors. I can tell you from experience that these stickers last a long time if you put them on an outside surface (such as your car). Well worth the money!
General Henry Knox, Chief of Artillery.
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