What are the best gifts for a history buff?
There are actually quite a lot if you know where to look. But if you’re not a history lover, it can be quite difficult.
We found some really cool things like pieces of the titanic, coins from 1886,… which are all available for sale!
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The This Day in History Boxed Calendar is perfect for those who want to keep learning every day. The calendar will teach you trivia from early civilization up to the 21st century. Expect influential events, accomplishments, and inventions like when Galileo dies, launch of the Iphone and many more. Find It Here
The Professor Noggin’s History of the United States is an educational card that teaches kids about history. They can pick their favorite topics so they can learn and play at the same time. You can play it from 2 to 8 players. So it is also a fun party game. Find It Here
This Viking Compass Pendant is handcrafted and carries the Vegvisir symbol. This symbol is old and sacred to the Vikings as they believed that it showed them the way back home safe and protect them from storms. But it also known as spiritual compass that will guide you to make the right decisions. Find It Here
This Leather Bound Constitution of The United States of America is 192 pages long and has acid-free paper with silver edges. Here you can find the United States Constitution, The Declaration of Independence, The Bill of Rights and all other amendments. Find It Here
The Chrononauts game is one of the best gifts for a history buff who also are a little bit of a geek. In this 1 to 6 player game, you become a Time Traveler who needs to get back to his own reality by changing history. But watch out, if you create to many time paradoxes, you will destroy the universe! Find It Here
These Gods and Heroes Pop-Up book from the creators of the New York Times best-selling Encyclopedia Prehistorica series have released another jewel. In this pop-up book you will learn everything about the Ancient Egypt, Greek and Norse Gods. But this is not all, you will also travel far East where Jade Emperor sits in the heavens. Find It Here
This Military History: The Definitive Visual Guide to the Objects of Warfare contains the complete summary of all weapons during wars. It goes from catapults to stealth bombers. It shows the importance of technology and how it increases the success rate of winning a war. Find It Here
These teas are part of history as they were thrown over during the Boston Tea Party. This tea pack contains 6 teas: Bohea China Black Tea, Oolong Loose tea, Congou Black Tea, Souchong Black Tea, Singlo Green Tea, and Hyson Green tea. You also get a nice crate where the teas are stored in. Find It Here
The HBO miniseries John Adams is based on David McCullough’s bestselling biography. It tells the story of one of America’s founding fathers. The role of John Adams is played by a great Paul Giamatti and the reviews are great. So if you are a history lover and are looking for something to watch. This is for you. Find It Here
National Geographic is well-known for their great articles but also for their amazing photography. A lot of world famous photos come the National Geographic photographers. In this encyclopedia, you take a visual trip through history. The book contains 656 so it will keep you busy for some time. Find It Here
This Aviator Hat with Goggles is made out of fake leather and fur so no animals were harmed in making these. It comes in 15 different colours which vary from white to camo. The goggles are included which make it a fun thing to have and you can also take the goggles off if you want to. Find It Here
The Buffalo Nickel is part of history as it was an iconic coin which was struck between 1913 and 1938. These Buffalo Nickel Cufflinks are great conversation starters at a party where you can state your love for history. These cufflinks are made in the USA and comes with Manufacturers warranty if the quality is not to your liking. Find It Here
The National Geographic Magazine has already been around since 1888 but it still incredibly popular. There are still 6 million subscribers to this magazine which is specialised in science, geography, history, and world culture. It might seem like an obvious gift but it still brings joy. Find It Here
Which moments in history actually made a difference and have shaped the world to what is it today? If you are thinking about these kind of questions, this book “The 1000 Events That Shaped the World” will give you the answers on that. It will tell you all that in 416 pages. Find It Here