Dennison Pirate Decorations from 1929

A pirate who looks ready to rush aboard and commit murder and robbery can be fashioned 0f nothing more formidable than Cut-out H654, a fold of orange crepe paper cut into a narrow fringe, and some black mounting board.

Because it’s Hal­lowe’en an owl (H551) may take the place of “Captain Flint.”

The foundation to which this pirate is attached is a clothes tree

Another pirate may stand in menacing attitude in a doorway or window. He, too, is made of a Cut-out H655, fringed crepe paper and black mounting board