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Memorial Day

Memorial Day is a special day to honor and thank all veterans and those currently in the armed forces who have fought or died (or are MIA) protecting the freedoms we enjoy today. Celebrate this Memorial Day with one of our White House ornaments designed to do just that.

1985 - 1988 Set of Four Ornaments
$64.00 SALE PRICE $51.00

Set of 1985 to 1988 Ornaments: 1985 James Madison (1809-17), 1986 James Monroe (1817-25), 1987 John Quincy Adams (1825-29), 1988 Andrew Jackson (1829-1837).

Armor of God Christmas Ornament
$28.00 SALE PRICE $21.00

This finely detailed, three-dimensional, 24 karat plated gold and sterling silver holiday ornament honors Chapter 6, Verse 10 of the Epistle to the Ephesians. This passage inscribed in the middle panel in is commonly read by the United States military before going to battle. This collectible ornament will be cherished for years to come by any member of our Armed Forces as well as their families.

The USS George Washington Ornament

This carrier gets its name from our first President, George Washington, who used the words "The Spirit of Freedom" when he was describing the mood of the people in a letter to a fellow patriot during the American Revolution.

The Iwo Jima Semper Fidelis Ornament

The Iwo Jima Statue near Arlington National Cemetery depicts the February 23, 1945, raising of the U.S. flag on Iwo Jima by 5 Marines and 1 Navy Hospital Corpsman.

The USS New Jersey Ornament

The USS New Jersey (BB62) was restored and opened in October 2001 as an educational museum and memorial to all the brave sailors who served on her during her long career starting December 7, 1942, on the Camden Waterfront in New Jersey.

The USS Ronald Reagan Ornament

USS Ronald Reagan is a 9th NIMITZ-class nuclear-powered aircraft carrier which was christened by Mrs. Nancy Reagan on May 5, 2003, and commissioned July 12, 2003.

The US Flagship Niagara Ornament

The Niagara was built quickly and launched in 1813 as a relief flagship in the Battle of Lake Erie during the War of 1812 for Commodore Oliver Perry. After much success, Perry regained control of the upper Great Lakes from the British.

Don't Tread on Me - Ornament

Benjamin Franklin first used an image of a rattlesnake to represent New England and the colonies during the French and Indian War. The rattlesnake then became a symbol for the American colonies.

The US Coast Guard Insignia Ornament

The Coast Guard originally started maritime service in August 1790. Today's Coast Guard is a combination of five original groups.

The US Air Force Insignia Ornament

The Department of the Air Force was created by the National Security Act of 1947 after a need was seen for a branch of military dedicated to both combat and defense in the air after vast improvements in flight technology over several decades.

The US Navy Insignia Ornament

On October 23, 1957, the emblem of the Navy was approved by Executive Order 10736 by President Dwight D. Eisenhower. The design was created by a board of historians and heraldic experts.

The US Army Insignia Ornament

An army to preserve the "liberties of America" was formed on June 14, 1775, by the Second Continental Congress and has gone on to serve Americans in both wartime and peacetime.

The US Marine Insignia Ornament

The seal for the Marine Corps was made official when President Dwight D. Eisenhower signed an Executive Order approving the seal for the United States Marine Corps on June 22, 1954.

The Pentagon Insignia Ornament
$18.00 SALE PRICE $16.00

During the Presidency of Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1941, the 24,000 civilian and military personnel in Washington, D.C. was spread out among 17 buildings.

The Battle of Gettysburg Ornament

The Battle of Gettysburg, fought July 1 to July 3, 1863, in Gettysburg, PA, was the turning point of the Civil War between the Union and Confederate soldiers and was the battle with the largest number of casualties (46,000 to 51,000).

POW-MIA Ornament

There have been over 88,000 Americans who have been declared missing in action since the start of World War II as well as many prisoners of war during the world's conflicts that the United States has been involved in.

The Bald Eagle Ornament

The Bald Eagle is the symbol of the United States as well as its national bird. It is a bird of prey found in North America, Canada and northern Mexico near large open bodies of water with lots of fish.

God Bless America Flag Ornament

According to popular legend the first American flag was made by Betsy Ross. It appears, however, that the true designer of the first flag was Francis Hopkinson, a NJ Congressman.

2005 Support Our Troops Ornament

The Support our Troops ornament was made to honor our military personnel both overseas and in the United States. Limited Quantity!

United in Memory 5th Anniversary Ornament
$32.00 SALE PRICE $26.00

This "United In Memory" ornament logo, 2-1/2" diameter, ornament has been specially produced in a gold finish to commemorate the fifth anniversary of the September 11, 2001 tragedy. The reverse side has the engraved quote from President Bush from the October 11, 2001 memorial ceremony of the Pentagon.

United In Memory September 11th Ornament
$32.00 SALE PRICE $26.00

September 11, 2001 is a day we will always remember. The "United In Memory" ornament honors the courage and compassion of the thousands of surviving families, those who risked their lives to save others, and those who supported the United States of America in its darkest hours.

2013 White House Christmas Ornament Collection (Set of Three)
$65.00 OUT OF STOCK!

The White House Ornament Collection presents the Official 2013 White House Christmas Ornament Collection (Set of Three). This beautiful 2013 White House ornament collection features three of the most stunning holiday ornaments produced this year. Own a moment of White House history.

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