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Westair Reproductions Ltd is the leading supplier of historical giftware sold to Castles, Museums, Historic Houses, Cathedrals and Specialist gift shops worldwide.

We specialise in the design and manufacture of over 1000 gift lines all with an historical theme. These themes include Prehistoric, Egyptian, Classical Greek and Roman, Medieval, Tudor, 19th Century, World Wars I & II, Space and Wildlife.

We work closely with some of the world's most prestigious museums and historical sites and supply over 48 countries.

This site is for RETAIL customers only. Trade customers should click here.
  Featured Products  
Roman Gladiator Transfer Pack 3.45 each
Roman Gladiator Transfer Pack
A full colour A4 gladiator scene with a set of rub down transfers. The back of the card has an image to colour in and educational information.
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Victoria Cross 6.20 each
Victoria Cross
A miniature Victoria cross supplied with ribbon and mounted on a card. The information on the card describes the medal and how it could be awarded.
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Astronaut Pendant 2.25 each
Astronaut Pendant
Pewter astronaut supplied on a waxed cord. The information on the reverse of the card is about the first men in space.
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Tudor Rose Pin Badge 2.25 each
Tudor Rose Pin Badge
A pewter Tudor rose supplied on a pin with clasp. The front image shows a Tudor scroll whilst the information on the reverse of the card tells a brief story of the Tudors.
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Rune Stone Pendant - Love 2.90 each
Rune Stone Pendant - Love
Pewter 'stone' with the symbol for Love engraved on it and supplied on a waxed cord. The information on the reverse of the card explains about the Viking alphabet and what each runic symbol means.
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Supermarine Spitfire Pin Badge - Pewter 2.25 each
Supermarine Spitfire Pin Badge - Pewter
Pewter Spitfire supplied on a pin with clasp. The information on the reverse of the card describes the Spitfire and when it was used.
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