Pirate Treasure Chest Toy
- Not suitable for children under 3 years of age
- Designed in the U.S.A.
- Includes stickers, a wooden ship kit, and a treasure map
- Presented in a treasure-chest shaped box that can be used as a piggy bank
- This is a sale item, no further discounts apply and it is non-returnable
A fun gift for any young sailor, this is one toy that is sure to be kept for years to come. Inside this pirate's chest are all the necessities for adventure on the high seas, a kit to build and rig your own wooden pirate ship with cut-out sails, a treasure map, a crew, and more.
A perfect blend of history and adventure, presented in charming handmade boxes.
When Richard O'Bryen, captain of the Philadelphia ship Dauphin, penned his July 12, 1790, letter to Thomas Jefferson, he had been a captive of the Barbary pirates in Algeria for almost five years.
O'Bryen's letter, held in the National Archives, and others helped bring attention to an unexpected problem the federal government inherited from the government under the Articles of Confederation: pirates.