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Film / Television / Theatrical

Nat Turner Bible, Prop

Strange Inheritance with Jamie Colby

Fox Business Network,

Tower Productions, LLC


It is thought that Nat Turner was holding this Bible when he was captured two months after the rebellion he led against slaveholders in Southampton County, Virginia. 

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Below is our interpretation of the Nat Turner Bible from what we where allowed to see from the original at the Smithsonian's National Museum of African American History and Culture.

For an episode of Strange Inheritance, we were asked to reproduce it in a newer state but showing "use".

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1772 Bible, Prop

Meet Joseph Plumb Martin

Museum of the American Revolution

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Meet Joseph Plumb Martin stars Patrick Poole as Joseph Plumb Martin and was written by Ryan Schwartz for the Museum of the American Revolution. This was the Museum's first original theatrical piece and debuted in 2018.

This 1772 New Testament Bible used by actor Patrick Poole interpreting Joseph Plumb Martin, a soldier in General George Washington's army. See the performance and interview here

1830s West Point Army Cadet Books, Props

Pale Blue Eye (releasing 2022)

Scott Cooper, Director

Cross Creek Pictures, Netflix


Cooper’s new thriller tells the story of a weathered detective’s unlikely partnership with a detail-orientated young cadet (Harry Melling) who would go on to become world famous author Edgar Allen Poe. Christian Bale stars as the veteran detective.

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