The Capitol Dome--regular editions

Summer 2015

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2015 MARBLE DOME HEXAGONAL ORNAMENT This classic Capitol design is crafted from the marble of the east front steps removed during the 1995-96 renovations. The Capitol Dome is framed in a marble hexagon and surrounded by 24kt gold filigree and enameled design. Handcrafted in America. Elegantly gift boxed with provenance card. (3" x 2 1/4 ") #002842 $26.00 Members $23.40 2015 SNOW SCENE ORNAMENT Gold-plated and formed into the shape of a snowflake featuring a snowy Capitol scene framed by an intricately raised enamelled design, this beautiful collectible is handcrafted in America! In the center is the dome of the Capitol framed by wintry tree branches and snow. (3 1/2 " diam.) #002834 $24.00 Members $21.60 SOCIETY TRAVEL BEAR The ultra huggable plush bear shows off his removable white polyester T-shirt with a vintage image of the Capitol on the front. All-embroidered face makes him especially safe for little ones. Col- lect different bears as you travel to your favorite historic sites! Polyes- ter and cotton (10"). Ages 10+ #002868 $16.00 Members $14.40 Mention "Sabre Kitty" in your order and recieve an additional 10% off the Society Bear HISTORIC PUZZLES Turn off the television and activate those brain cells by getting your game on. These beautifully repro- duced photgraphs of paintings become framable artwork when completed. A. "Signing of the Constitution" (500 pc.) 19" x 13" Congress commissioned the painting by Howard Chandler Christy in 1939; it depicts the Constitutional Convention in Independence Hall in Philadelphia on September 17, 1787. #002813 $11.95 Members $10.75 B. "Signing of the Declaration of Independence" (500 pc.) 19" x 13" In this painting by John Trumbull, Thomas Jefferson, the principal author of the Declara- tion, is shown placing the document before John Hancock, president of the Congress. #002812 $11.95 Members $10.75 A. B. 8 HOLIDAY GIFT GIVING

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