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Skeleton - Red Devil - "May We Never Meet Him!" Hoodie

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Men's Basic Hooded Sweatshirt
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Style: Men's Basic Hooded Sweatshirt

Enjoy the comfort of this warm and toasty pullover hoodie. You’re going to love it. We’ve made it from a 10oz. cotton-poly blend with a 100% cotton face. It has set-in sleeves and double needle-stitched armholes and bottom band for durability. Customize to make it your own!

Size & Fit

  • Model is 6’2” and wearing a large
  • Standard fit
  • Runs true to size

Fabric & Care

  • 10oz. cotton-poly blend with a 100% cotton face
  • Roomy front pouch pocket and hood.
  • Imported
  • Machine wash cold. Tumble dry Low.
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Skeleton - Red Devil - "May We Never Meet Him!" Hoodie
The Antikamnia Chemical Company made drugs at the turn of the 19th century. The company started in 1890 in St. Louis, Missouri. Its most popular drug was a pain killer that was a combination of heroin and codeine. The product was very successful until it was ruled addictive and taken off the market around 1905. The Antikamnia Chemical Company published a yearly Calendar with illustrations made by Louis Crucius (also spelled "Crusius"), a pharmacy student and later medical doctor who spent his early years working in a local pharmacy. During his days working at the pharmacy, Crucius would bring in humorous skeletal illustrations which were then placed in the store window. In 1893, a collection of his illustrations, fondly called "Funny Bones," were published. Later these illustrations were purchased by the Antikamnia Chemical Company and used for five years of advertising calendars between 1897 - 1901. This illustration is from their 1900 calendar.
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