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"Whatsoever Man Soweth" medal
1932
Maker: Lee Lawrie (1877-1963), artist. Struck by Medallic Art Company for The Society of Medalists as their fifth issue
Country: USA
Lowell, Massachusetts, from Dracut Heights, Centralville
1876
Maker: Edwin Whitefield (1816-1892)
Country: USA
Tongs
early 20th century
Maker: Unidentified maker
Country: USA
Hudson-Fulton Celebration Medal
1909
Maker: Designed by Emil Fuchs (Austrian, 1866-1929), struck by Whitehead & Hoag
Country: USA
Approach to West Point from New York
1833
Maker: Mary G. Hall (active 1833-1835)
Country: USA
Lowboy
c. 1750-1775
Maker: Unidentified maker
Country: USA
Mount Hood From Near Fort Vancouver
1845-1846
Maker: Henry James Warre (1819-1898)
Country: USA
Fort Michilimackinac
1836-1892
Maker: Edwin Whitefield (1816-1892)
Country: USA
Crock
c. 1850-1855
Maker: E. L. & G. W. Farrar
Country: USA
"Abundance" medal
1934
Maker: Albert Laessle (American, 1877-1954), artist. Struck by Medallic Art Company for The Society of Medalists as their tenth issue
Country: USA
"Fame and Glory" medal
1933
Maker: C. Paul Jennewein (1890-1978), artist. Struck by Medallic Art Company for The Society of Medalists as their seventh issue
Country: USA
Celery vase
early 20th century
Maker: Unidentified maker
Country: USA
Covered sugar bowl, "Wildflower" or "No. 140" pattern
c. 1898
Maker: United States Glass Company (American, 1891-1938)
Country: USA
"Prayer for Rain" medal
1931
Maker: Hermon A. MacNeil (1866-1947), artist. Struck by the Medallic Art Company for The Society of Medalists as their third issue
Country: USA
Mount Hood seen from the Columbia River
24 December 1845
Maker: Henry James Warre (1819-1898)
Country: USA
Goblet, "Pointed Panel Daisy and Button" pattern
c. 1894
Maker: McKee & Brothers (American, 1888-1951)
Country: USA
Two-gallon jug
1850-1853
Maker: Manufactured by A. Lobdell & Co. for J. M'Donald & Co.
Country: USA
Tumbler, "Pointed Panel Daisy and Button" pattern
c. 1894
Maker: McKee & Brothers (American, 1888-1951)
Country: USA
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