President Barack Obama Paperweight features a detailed three dimensional laser engraved image & signature of the 44th President of the United States Barack Obama, and it also includes his signature and the text "44th President" at the bottom.Click for More Details
Marble replica of the dome of the United States Capitol. Capitol dome is made from the marble of the east front steps that has been ground to a fine powder and molded into a decorative desk or shelf accessory. Boxed with provenance information on base. Made in America.
Dimensions 4" x 4.75"
This handsome pewter pencil cup with eagle medallion is great container for hold your writing utensils. The pewter pencil cup makes a wonderful gift for graduates, government employees, members of the military, veterans, or anyone who truly loves the United States.Click for More Details
Show your appreciation for our country with Capitol Dome desk accessories! This fine pewter letter opener handle is adorned with a cast replica of the dome of the Capitol building in Washington, D.C. This is a wonderful gift for graduates, government employees, history buffs, and anyone who loves our great nation's Capitol.Click for More Details
This pen was handcrafted from wood carefully saved from trees which were planted at Mount Vernon, home of George Washington. This exclusive desk accessory gift includes a Mount Vernon certificate of authenticity numbered and signed by the craftsman and also by Mount Vernonís Executive Director.Click for More Details
From our best selling line of 3-D laser etched paperweights DC Gift Shop is proud to present The National World War II Memorial paperweight. A quick word of note: this item (and our entire line of 3-D glass) is more a piece of art than anything. The 3-D detail inside the glass is amazing.Click for More Details
One of the most recognizable aircrafts in history is the United States' Air Force One (USAF VC-25A). Air travel has been used heavily by America's Commander in Chief since the early 1940's. Franklin D. Roosevelt was the first president to fly in an aircraft while in office.Click for More Details
This ball point desk pen set makes a great gift for anyone, (or that special someone in your life): the White House Executive pen desk set consists of two cherry-wood ballpoint pens in a cherry wood combination gift box and handsome display stand. Both pens say "The White House, Washington DC" and have a likeness of the White House etched into the barrels.Click for More Details
A great patriotic gift, this Washington DC souvenir clock features a quartz-movement timepiece set into a likeness of the American flag as a background. The base of the clock has the Washington Monument, the U.S. Capitol Building and the White House sitting upon it, all of which are rendered in 3-D.Click for More Details
The Washington DC Military Monument Coin Set includes five die-struck, 1 in diameter, bronze coins. Memorial coins included are the WW II Memorial, Korean War Memorial, Tomb of the Unknowns, Iwo Jima Memorial and the Vietnam Memorial. It is presented in a two-piece, gold stamped gift box.Click for More Details
President Reagan's devoted wife Nancy served as an influential First Lady. She restored glamour to the White house following years of lax formality and as her major initiative, championed drug prevention by founding the "Just Say No" drug awareness campaign.Click for More Details
President Ronald Reagan (1981-1989) pledged in his 1980 campaign to restore "the great, confident roar of American progress and growth and optimism." By the end of his second term, his determination to lessen government economic regulation, cut taxes, decrease federal funding to social services, and strengthen the United States military had made his pledge a reality.Click for More Details
Widely used during the American Revolution, the DON'T TREAD ON ME flag is considered one of the first flags of the United States. A rattlesnake coiled and ready to strike is seen against a yellow background with the legend "DON'T TREAD ON ME." The flag was designed by and is named after American general and statesman Christopher Gadsden.Click for More Details