Hello! I’m glad that you have stopped to visit my website! My name is Jordan Jachim; I am 22 years old and proud to be a homeschool graduate. I started Through All Ages LLC in 2014 and I still do every task, from designing the paper soldiers to packaging your order for shipping. I love history and I am excited to share that love with you!
The Story of Through All Ages LLC
Even before I started kindergarten, I loved history. I was happy reading books and studying paintings. This love stayed with me throughout my school years. I began to create posters and calendars for myself just for fun. From there, it was an easy transition to creating them for sale. I am especially pleased to offer hand-crafted paper soldiers because I loved to cut out similar soldiers when I was younger.
What We Offer
- Through All Ages creates historical posters, postcards, and paper soldiers.
- The postcards use beautiful paintings and inspirational quotes.
- The posters offer a visually pleasing way to learn an overview of a particular event.
- Each paper soldier books are meticulously researched and contain about 40-50 figures in every book (Robin Hood and Treasure Island contain less because of trees and gold, respectively).
- All our products are made and printed in the U.S.A. Supporting this business is supporting domestic enterprise and entrepreneurship!
- Do you have an idea for a new product? I always love new ideas! Look under the “Contact” tab to find out how to contact me.
What Uses Do These Products Have?
- Our postcards can be framed or sent to a friend through the mail.
- Our posters give a visually beautiful overview of a historic era or person and can supplement any history curriculum.
- Our paper soldiers can create dioramas, build large armies for wargames, and give a picture of what the soldiers of an era looked like.
- And of course, all our products make great gifts for people who love history!
What Else Do I Do?
When not busy with Through All Ages, I study for a Bachelor’s Degree in History and also work at a local historical museum. I enjoy writing and blog at www.defendingthelegacy.blogspot.com (mostly writing historical studies). I also blog at www.redcoatsandruffles.blogspot.com, which is a gallery of my hand-painted plastic soldiers.