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"Pirate execution today! Watch him swing!"
London Town Crier[src]

The Pirate Execution sign was a notice of public executions of pirates, fellons and thieves that were to take place in the Old Bailey in London, England.


In 1750, sometime after this sign was made, it would be used by the man who served as the crier.[2]

Behind the scenesEdit


Notes and referencesEdit

  1. 1.0 1.1 Note this portion of the Pirate Execution sign, "On this day in the 23rd year of His Majesty's Reign". On Stranger Tides, in which this sign is used, takes place during the reign of King George II. As real-world history revealed that King George took the throne in 1727. That would mean King George's 23rd year in the throne would be in 1750.
  2. Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides
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