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Waterloo - Ni Dieu Ni Maitre, Mk. II


The famous image of our great opponent emblazoned with the anarchist cry "Ni Dieu, Ni Maitre!" (neither God nor master).

Napoleon formed a great bond with his Irish doctor while imprisoned on St Helena. The respect was mutual and when the doctor requested that the British Government take better care of the fallen Emperor, he was rewarded with the sack. He took his redundancy to a house on the Kennington Road to write his memoirs. Meanwhile, Napoleon requested that his replacement also be Irish, hoping that kindness was a national trait.

Silk screen printed by our own fair hands on white cotton.

Masterchef Michel Roux jr galloped over to get his before cooking dinner for the Duke of Wellington to celebrate the 200th anniversary of Waterloo!

Here are the sizes that "most" people order but if you're lucky enough to be special, and fall on either side of those, just send us a message and we can order in.

Small 34-36"
Medium 38"
Large 40-42"
Extra Large 44-46"

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