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  • Bill Shankly may have come from a small Scottish mining community but he epitomised The Spirit of Liverpool. He took LFC from the Second Division to top the First Division three times, winning two FA Cups, four Charity Shields and a EUFA Cup. When he joined the club in 1959 he formed an  immediate bond with the supporters saying they were “his kind of people”. This is the classic, bronze effect ‘Bill Shankly’ statue. Designed and produced by Merseyside artist Rick Myers, this bird is a modern, contemporary representation of the now world famous manager.  
    • Hand finished and signed by Liverpool artist Rick Myers
    • Contemporary representation of the now world famous manager.
    • Bronze effect statuette
  • John Lennon was without doubt the most controversial member of the Beatles but he summed up The Spirit of Liverpool. He was rebellious. His acerbic wit ran through his music, writing and drawings. There always seemed to be a hint of violence just under the surface, but he sang out to Give Peace a Chance. There aren't many people who have had an airport named after them but then he did dream of 'no hell below us, above us only sky'. Yes he certainly was The Spirit of Liverpool...
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  • Spirit of Liverpool

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    £60.00
    This is the classic, bronze effect ‘Spirit of Liverpool’ statue. Designed and produced by Merseyside artist Rick Myers, this bird is a modern, contemporary representation of the now world famous Liver Bird.
    • Each Liverbird comes in it's own box modelled on the old shipping crates that used to be so common around the docks...
    • Marked up as 'A Special Delivery From Liverpool' this makes them great for sending to family and friends overseas...
    • Hand finished and signed by Liverpool artist Rick Myers
    • Contemporary representation of the now world famous Liver Bird.
    • 26cm high, the bronze effect statuettes
    Photography by Alice Spencer
  • This is a smaller version of the classic, bronze effect ‘Spirit of Liverpool’ statue. Designed and produced by Merseyside artist Rick Myers, this bird is a modern, contemporary representation of the now world famous Liver Bird.
    • Hand finished and signed by Liverpool artist Rick Myers
    • Contemporary representation of the now world famous Liver Bird.
    • 10.5cm high, the bronze effect statuettes
    Photography by Alice Spencer
  • In 1229, King Henry III granted Liverpool the right to have their own seal. That original seal was lost but an impression, created in 1352, was until recently, stored in the British Library, London. However, Liverbirds Inc. have been instrumental in campaigning successfully to have this returned home to Liverpool’s own museum. This is a replica of that seal, created, cast and hand finished on Merseyside by our own Liver bird sculptor, Rick Myers.
      Photography by Alice Spencer
    • Replica seal
    • Original impression, created in 1352
    • Hand finished on Merseyside by our own Liver bird sculptor, Rick Myers
  • This is a paperback book aimed at younger children and telling them the story of Liverpool and the Liver birds. The book is written and illustrated by ‘Spirit of Liverpool’ sculptor Rick Myers
    • Aimed at younger children
    • Story of Liverpool and the Liver birds
    • Features ‘teacher/parent’ pages that explain facts in more detail for the older reader
    • Written and illustrated by ‘Spirit of Liverpool’ sculptor Rick Myers
  • This is a DVD that brings to life the childrens paperback book also available on this site. Aimed at younger children, it tells them the story of Liverpool and the Liver birds.
    • Aimed at younger children
    • Story of Liverpool and the Liver birds
    • Features ‘teacher/parent’ pages that explain facts in more detail for the older reader
    • Written and illustrated by ‘Spirit of Liverpool’ sculptor Rick Myers