Bermanian Blessed Bottles
Few in Eastern Europe have not heard of the Bermanian Blessed Bottling industry. With a glass blowing tradition going back to the first Bermanians to arrive in the Balkans, it is little wonder that Bermanian wines would become so popular. Of course the Royal Couple entertains frequently, leaving these rare empty Bermanian Blessed wine bottles available for you to fill with your own favorite wine or soft drink, captured grains of sand, or that bag of marbles you've been wondering what to do with.
Two brands available:
Ecce Ursos..................$9.50
Wild Ursines................$9.50
Both.........................$18.00

 


Bermanian Flag T-Shirt

Show your True Bear spirit with a genuine Bermanian T-shirt. Depicts the Bermanian flag: a jovial bear holding a honey pot, below him the Latin motto "UNUS VERUS URSUS" -- "One True Bear." All the Noble Peasants are wearing them!
...................$22


Bermanian Flag Coffee Mug
endorsed by Queen Barbara!
Emerge from hibernation each morning with a gulp of coffee from your own Bermanian coffee mug. Depicts the Bermanian flag: a jovial bear holding a honey pot, below him the Latin motto "UNUS VERUS URSUS" -- "One True Bear." Suitable for tea drinkers too.
.........................................................$9


Royal Wedding Coin

A truly delightful coin struck to commemorate the 1998 Royal Wedding of King Alanus I and Queen Barbara. Obverse depicts crowned Royal arms. Reverse portrays dancing bear and wolf (for Bermania and Ulster-in-America.) Five Denari Plumbi. Comes with brief history of Bermanian coinage. Actual size 1.4"
Aluminum (452 struck)...........................Sold Out
Nickel Silver (1,000 struck)......................$18.00


Medieval style Hand Hammered Coin

The first Bermanian coin of the modern era was hand struck with hand engraved dies set into a tree stump! Struck by none other than Archmoneyer Frederick King of the Belgians. Lead one denar. Toned mint state. Actual size approx. 1" .................................$5

 

Bermanian Horse Cart Token
Who was Gretta? One of the most respected and beloved horses in Bermania, that's who. Schmuel & Gretta operated a horsecart for hire in the 1930s & 1940s. It was Gretta & Schmuel who would meet Howard Hughes when he'd arrive on the Danube, and bring him to meetings at Castle Bermansk.
Schmuel was a burly man with a large black beard. He would give a deep laugh from the seat of his horse cart and say, "Schmuel's Horse cart at your service. Need a hand up?" Gretta was a gentle chestnut mare.
These tokens were good for one fare "anywhere in the kingdom." Schmuel's grandson, found a tightly sealed keg of them, shiny as the day they were made.
Almost the size of a US half dollar.
.................................$5

 

 

 

Authentic Bermanian Flag
Let everyone know who you really are by flying this authentic Bermanian flag before your home, at the office, or in your dorm.

Desk size..................$9.50
Base for desk flag (sold separately) ...............$1.00
Larger flags custom made, price and dimensions on request.

Bermanian Bumper Sticker
Perfect for your horsecart, above your desk, or even on one of those automobiles. Share your Bermanian spirit with the world!
Comes in two varieties:
Visit Bermania, where humor is a national value.
(Available to friends of Bermania.)
&
I've been to Bermania, where humor is a national value.
(Available to Bermanian subjects, BeGONers, and any who have personally attended Bermanian events.)

Bumper Sticker.........................$4.00

Baronetcy
A dukedom or a countship cannot be bought in Bermania, nor any where else for that matter. But every government needs to raise revenue and Bermanian Peasants don't much care to be taxed. King James I of England and Scotland had a very nice answer to this dilema. In 1611 he invented the title Baronet. Ranking lower than a baron but higher than a knight, it was an hereditary title created specifically for sale.

In keeping with this tradition, the title of Baronet is the only Bermanian title which can be purchased. Conversely, it is a title which can be granted in no other way and cannot be earned by service or in battle. Recipients receive:

  1. Royal Proclaimation granting title of Baronet.
  2. Grant of Arms in full color.
  3. Certificate of Naturalization as an honorary Bermanian subject.

(Sorry, passports are not available to honorary Bermanians.)
Application fee is $18 and is not refundable. Applications are subject to review by His Majesty and members of the Privy Council. Successful candidates will be informed by certified mail. Documents will be prepared upon receipt of the actual title fee of $1,800. Because a baronetcy requires extensive research and preparation by the Royal Cancellory and the College of Heralds, no baronet can be created sooner than 60 days from the time his application has been approved.
Eleven percent of the gross proceeds (i.e. $198) on sales of baronetcies will be donated to recognized charities of the King's choice. It must be clearly understood that the Kingdom of Bermania itself however is not a charity.


TERMS: All items available in limited quantities. Please allow three weeks for delivery. Prices are quoted for US funds drawn on a US bank. Checks should be made out to Allen G. Berman and sent to:
Allen G. Berman,
POB 605, Fairfield, CT 06824 USA.
Ask for quote in Bermanian funds if desired.

POSTAGE 1st Item Thereafter
USA $4 $1
Canada
(buyer's risk)
$4 $1
Canada
(registered)
$10 $1
Bermania 5 denari plumbi Free
Elsewhere Ask Ask


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