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Lübeck Seal 1280 with gold script on black shirt


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Style: Men's Gildan Jersey Polo Shirt

The Gildan Jersey Polo Shirt is a must-have for summer days. Made of 100% cotton, this top will keep you comfortable no matter how hot the weather gets. Wear it while doing yardwork, playing volleyball on the beach, or simply hanging out.

Size & Fit

  • Model is 6'0" and wearing a medium
  • Runs slightly large
  • Welt-knit collar and cuffs
  • Double-needle stitched hemmed bottom
  • Standard fit

Fabric & Care

  • 100% cotton (sporty grey is 90% cotton, 10% polyester)
  • Three-button placket with rib-knit collar
  • Imported
  • Machine wash cold; tumble dry low
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Lübeck Seal 1280 with gold script on black shirt
The ancient seal of Lübeck is featured with the script "Lübeck Free City", "Lübeck Hansa City", "Lübeck Founded 1143", and "Lübeck Seal 1280" all surrounding the seal..........................The modern town was founded by Adolf II, Count of Schauenburg and Holstein, in 1143 as a German settlement on the river island Bucu. He established a new castle which was first mentioned by Helmold in 1147. Adolf had to cede the castle to Henry the Lion in 1158. After Henry's fall from power in 1181, Emperor Barbarossa gave the city a ruling council with twenty members that survived into the 19th century. This council was dominated by merchants and caused Lübeck's politics to be dominated by trade interests for centuries to come................................ Around 1200 the port became the main point of departure for colonists leaving for the Baltic territories conquered by the Livonian Order and, later, Teutonic Order. Seven hundred years later the descendents of those early pioneers returned. In 1945 Lübeck's population grew considerably from about 150,000 in 1939 to more than 220,000 after the war, owing to an influx of refugees from those former Eastern provinces of Germany.................................... In 1226 Emperor Frederick II elevated the town to the status of an Imperial Free City, by which it became the Free City of Lübeck. In the 14th century Lübeck became the "Queen of the Hanseatic League", being by far the largest and most powerful member of this mediaeval trade organisation. In 1375, Emperor Charles IV. named Lübeck one of the five "Glories of the Empire", a title shared with Venice, Rome, Pisa and Florence.
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