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  • 2019 - How Real Soldiers Live
    The 2019 ornament features a rhodium frame, a signed certificate of authenticity, a white presentation box with a blue felt backing, finished with a silver cord.  No more than 2,000 of this ornament will be produced.  It is the twenty-third in our series of collectible ornaments.
    Price: $30.00
     
  • 2018 - Merry Christmas, General Lee
    The 2018 ornament features a rhodium frame, a signed certificate of authenticity, a white presentation box with a blue felt backing, finished with a silver cord.  No more than 2,500 of this ornament will be produced.  It is the twenty-third in our series of collectible ornaments.
    Price: $28.00
     
  • 2017 - So Close to the Enemy
    The 2017 ornament features a rhodium frame, a signed certificate of authenticity, a silver presentation box with a blue felt backing, finished with a silver cord.  No more than 2,500 of this ornament will be produced.  It is the twenty-second in our series of collectible ornaments.
    Price: $28.00
     
  • 2016 - The Winds of Winter
    The 2016 ornament features a rhodium frame, a signed certificate of authenticity, a blue presentation box with a black felt backing, finished with a red ribbon.  No more than 3,000 of this ornament will be produced.  It is the twenty-first in our series of collectible ornaments.
    Price: $28.00
     
  • 2015 - An Apple for Traveller
    The 2015 ornament features a rhodium frame, a stand so that it may be placed on a table or hung on your tree, a signed certificate of authenticity, a red presentation box with a blue felt backing, finished with a red ribbon.  No more than 3,000 of this ornament will be produced.  It is the twentieth in our series of collectible ornaments, and is the fifth of five ornaments in our 150th Anniversary Series of ornaments.
    Price: $28.00
     
  • 2014 Mort Kunstler Collectible Ornament
    We proudly introduce our 19thedition Mort Künstler Collectible Ornament for 2014 titled "While the Enemy Rests."  The scene is Paris Mountain, Va., December 1, 1864.  Depicted are John Mosby and his "raiders."
     
    Union armies lay in countless encampments like this one throughout the Southern homeland—their campfires blinking in the dark of night. Deceptively peaceful looking in their nighttime camps, their armies now ranked among the world’s most powerful.  To the Shenandoah Valley they brought the worst of war.  Homes, barns and mills were burned.  Livestock was destroyed.  Life on the Confederate homefront became much harder.  But Dixie’s defenders did not give up easily—and no Confederate commander fought harder or better than Lieutenant Colonel John Singleton Mosby.  For almost a year, Mosby and his partisan rangers—the 43rd Battalion of Virginia Cavalry—had struck Northern outposts, raided supply lines, disrupted troop movements—and had even captured a Federal general in his bed.  So effective were “Mosby’s Rangers” that Virginia’s Fauquier and Loudoun Counties were called “Mosby’s Confederacy.”
    Price: $28.00
     
  • 2013 Mort Kunstler Collectible Ornament
    We proudly introduce our 18th edition Mort Künstler Collectible Ornament for 2013 titled “Before the Ball”.  The scene in this ornament is set in Culpeper, Virginia.  In June of 1863, General Robert E. Lee began moving his Army of Northern Virginia from Fredericksburg, Virginia on the campaign that would end at the battle of Gettysburg.  His cavalry division, commanded by General J.E.B. Stuart, encamped briefly near Culpeper, Virginia.  The young, flamboyant General Stuart ordered his staff to arrange a ball for officers and guests.
     
    The town hall at Culpeper was commandeered as a makeshift ballroom for the occasion, and was appropriately decorated. On the evening of June 4, 1863, Stuart’s officers and guests began arriving. Ladies came attired in the finest fashions available in the beleaguered South. Accompanying General Stuart was his wife, Flora, who was visiting her husband’s headquarters. Inside, the pageantry and gaiety of the Old South awaited Stuart and his officers. Days later, they would face a bloody confrontation at the battle of Brandy Station, the largest cavalry engagement of the war, and a month later they would be recoiling from the devastating defeat Lee’s army would suffer at Gettysburg. At the moment, however, the South’s fortunes seemed bright and a brief respite from war awaited them inside. The ball was about to begin.
     
    The 2013 ornament is also the third in a mini-series of five ornaments entitled the 150th Anniversary Series and commemorates the 150th anniversary of the War Between the States.
    Price: $28.00
     
  • 2012 My Friend ,The Enemy
    We proudly introduce our 17th edition Mort Künstler Collectible Ornament for 2012 entitled “My Friend, The Enemy”. The scene in this ornament is set on Virginia’s Rappahannock River near Fredericksburg following the terribly bloody battle that occurred there a few weeks earlier. As if they were weary of the war’s inhumanity, Southern and Northern soldiers began meeting with each other between the lines. Such fraternization was forbidden on both sides, but the soldiers did so anyway that winter. They met to play cards, exchange gossip and, in this scene, are bartering Northern coffee for Southern tobacco.
    The 2012 ornament is also the second in a mini-series of five ornaments entitled the 150th Anniversary Series and commemorates the 150th anniversary of the War Between the States
    Price: $28.00
     
  • 2011 Mrs. Jackson Comes to Winchester
    We proudly introduce our 16th edition Mort Künstler Collectible Ornament for 2011 entitled "Mrs. Jackson Comes to Winchester". The scene in this ornament depicts ‘Stonewall’ Jackson greeting his wife, Anna, in front of the historic Taylor Hotel in downtown Winchester, Virginia. The 2011 ornament is also the first in a mini-series of five ornaments entitled the 150th Anniversary Series and commemorates the 150th anniversary of the War Between the States.
    Price: $28.00
     
  • 2010 The Gray Ghost
    We proudly introduce our 2010, Fifteenth Anniversary, Mort Künstler Collectible Ornament entitled The Gray Ghost. The scene in this ornament features Colonel John Singleton Mosby, and his men, riding in front of the Fauquier County Courthouse (Warrenton, VA) after dining at the renowned Warren-Green Hotel on January 18, 1863.
    Price: $28.00
     
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