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     World Famous Oregonian Artist, Thomas D. Rogers Sr.,

Former United States Mint Sculptor / Engraver.

 

Original Oregon Art from the Designer and Sculptor of the Original Golden (Sacagawea) Dollar Reverse and Massachusetts, Maryland

and South Carolina State Quarters!

 

Former US Mint Sculptor/Engraver offers his Unique, Highly Detailed

Collection of Oregon Souvenirs and Collectables . Orders Yours Today!

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"Oregon" - Medal N' Myrtlewood

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- 2" Antique Bronze Medal

- Set in 3.5" Myrtlewood Round,

   each myrtlewood disc will have it's

   own unique grain pattern and grain

   will differ from that pictured here.

- Comes with Black Easel for display

- Myrtlewood is mainly found on the

  Oregon Coast and in Israel

- Features a montage of Oregon wildlife:

  Bald Eagle, Elk, and Salmon. In the

  background are mountains reminiscent

  of the "Three Sisters Wilderness" a

  lighthouse on the coast, and a fir tree

  whose limbs caress the name

  "OREGON".

- Finely Executed Detail

- Great souvenir or gift for the Oregon

   outdoorsman in your family.

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Portland Medal

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      Obverse (Click On Image To Enlarge)          Reverse (Click On Image To Enlarge)

The obverse features a wreath of Madame Caroline Testout Roses, and a view of Portland with Mt. Hood in the distance.  The reverse contains symbols of the city: the city motto, the first city seal, the city flag, a Testout Rose, the city bird (Great Blue Heron), the water which is an integral part of Portland's commerce, forms a musical bar on which the city song "Portlandia" is incused. The 39 mm (1.5") Portland Medal is accompanied with a Certificate of Authenticity and comes in a brown velour draw string protective pouch. Available in gold plate and rhodium (rhodium shown above).

Great souvenir or gift for residents or visitors to Portland, Oregon, "The City of Roses"

 

 

 

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"Western Meadowlark" - Oregon State Bird

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- 2" Antique Bronze Medal

- Set in 3.5" Myrtlewood Round, each  

   myrtlewood disc will have it's own unique grain

   pattern and grain will differ from that pictured

   here.

- Comes with Black Easel for display

- Myrtlewood is mainly found on the Oregon  

   Coast and in Israel

- Features the Oregon State Bird - The

  Western Meadowlark is shown in a field perched

  upon a fence post.

- Also illustrated is a Map of Oregon with the

  words: "Oregon State Bird"

- Finely Executed Detail

- Great gift or souvenir for the Oregon Bird

  Watcher or Nature Lover you know!

 

 

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$29.95

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"The Vote" - Lewis & Clark Medal

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How Fort Clatsop in Astoria, Oregon came to be:

"The Vote" is a 2" solid brass medal, hand finished in antique bronze. It commemorates the polling of the Corps of Discovery by Lewis and Clark on November 24, 1805 to determine the direction of their search to establish winter quarters.  It seems to me to be a very historic event, as it was the first time a woman (and Native American Indian), and a Negro (and slave), were able to vote in what was now part of the Continental United States Territories. The scene on this Oregon Souvenir takes place at Station Camp, in what is now Chinook, Washington. In the background you can see the Cape Disappointment cliffs, and the low isthmus. Lewis stands by as Clark records their vote to cross the river to Oregon in his elk-skin journal.  Sacagawea and York are the last two to vote. Seaman, Lewis' Newfoundland dog, sits faithfully nearby.

The reverse shows the results of the vote as recorded by Clark in his journal, (With a little artistic license), and using his unique spelling of some words and phrases. Around the journal itself are items of their everyday existence...Trading beads, elk antlers and tracks, a bone fishhook, and a spawning salmon.

This souvenir is for Oregon, Washington and ultimately American history lovers.  Lewis & Clark played a critical role in the development of the west and this Oregon Souvenir captures the essence of the experience.
 

 

 

 

 

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