Production Resumed on Limited Collectibles of Friend to Friend Monument Models

Production of the balance of the limited edition "American Pewter" model sculptures of the Friend to Friend Masonic Memorial Monument has been resumed to commemorate the tenth anniversary in 2003 of the dedication of the spectacular full-size statue in the National Military Cemetery at Gettysburg.

When authorizing the resumption of production of the collectible model, "Friend to Friend ­ A Brotherhood Undivided," Marvin A. Cunningham, Sr., R.W. Grand Master, noted that only a restricted number can be produced at this time. He explained that, when first issued in 1993, production of the collectible model was limited to 5,000 pieces. The balance of the 5,000 "American Pewter" edition is now being made available.

When you purchase one of these sculptures, you will own one of only 5,000 that will ever be issued. Furthermore, a generous portion of the price for this collectible is going toward raising needed funds for the Masonic Temple and Monument Preservation Fund.

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A Brotherhood Undivided
by Artist Ron Tunison

Pennsylvania Freemasonry Marks a Historic 10th Anniversary of The Official Masonic Memorial Monument At Gettysburg National Military Park.

Ten Years ago, FREEMASONRY made history as the only private organization ever to erect an Official Monument in a United States National Park ­ The Friend to Friend ­ A Brotherhood Undivided Memorial at Gettysburg. The centerpiece of that Memorial is a spectacular, larger than life sculpture of two Civil War participants who shared the bonds of Freemasonry even through the devastating battle of Gettysburg.

To mark that historic event, and provide Masons an opportunity to bring a piece of Masonic History into their homes, a special collector's sculpture was created by Ron Tunison, one of America's foremost historical sculptors. Crafted in fine American Pewter and hand decorated with genuine 24 karat gold, it captures a moment in time, when a mortally wounded Confederate General Lewis A. Armistead entrusts his Masonic watch to Union Major General Winfield S. Hancock's aide, with regrets and a final gesture of brotherhood.

The sculpture is mounted on a solid mahogany wood base, which bears a nameplate, serially numbered for each Masonic Brother fortunate to acquire it. The original issue price of this unique sculpture was $350. Despite substantial increases in production costs, this issue price will be maintained for those who order at this time. And, a special payment plan is available to make its purchase more affordable for everyone. See the order form for details, and reserve your sculpture today, as remaining quantities are extremely limited.

Actual size is 9" H, 8" W, 6" D. Weight: 10 lbs. Made in U.S.A.

Call toll-free to order 1-800-437-0804

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