Ronald Reagan: Mourning in America DVD
SKU: DVD014”Mourning In America” official DVD, approximately 6 hours and 15 minutes in length. Highlights: family ceremony at Reagan Library on June 7th, services at Capitol Rotunda, National Cathedral services, Reagan Library sunset services, "Final Journey" tribute by Phil Dusenberry, "The Reagan Years," photographs by Pete Souza and more.
" Gipper's Special " Reagan Ranch Woven Blanket
SKU: SGB138Our unique Reagan ranch blanket, exclusively sold at our Presidential Museum Store, celebrates the Western spirit of our 40th President who said, “You know, I've never understood what's so bad about being a cowboy. I'm proud of my spurs. I've often said there's nothing better for the inside of a man than the outside of a horse.” Representing President Reagan with his horse, “Little Man” at Rancho de Cielo, our throw is carefully woven of 100% cotton and machine washable. Gosh, what a way to lasso that Western warmth for your body and your soul. Measures 4’ x 5’.
Ronald Reagan Bronze Statue
SKU: FAS013Chas Fagan, the artist who sculpted the original statue of President Reagan that now stands in the U.S. Capital, has now created this replica for the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation. Standing 12" tall and rendered in the highest quality, art grade domestic bronze has been cast by the same American foundry that cast his original bronze statue for the Capital. Each piece weighs 8 1/2 pounds and is mounted on a granite base. Limited edition of 200. Exclusive to the Reagan Library.
The Diaries of Ronald Reagan edited by Douglas Brinkley
SKU: BKH068During his two terms as the 40th President, Ronald Reagan kept a daily diary in which he records, by hand, his innermost thoughts and observations on the extraordinary, the historic, and the routine day-to-day occurrences of his presidency. This remarkable record - the only daily presidential diary in American history - is available for the first time in abridged and unabridged editions, both signed and unsigned.
SKU: JEC028Rectangular Presidential cufflinks. Presidential eagle in 24k gold plate is sculptured in fine detail against a lustrous blue background and circled by 50 gold stars, and trimmed with gold braid. Ronald Reagan's signature is engraved on the back of each cufflink. Gift Boxed. Each link measures 1" x .75".
Reagan Memorial Photographic Tribute - Mahogany
SKU: MMP100We salute our 40th president in this handsome memorial tribute, framed in mahogany, matted in blue suede with the presidential seal. The quote reads, "Whatever else history may say about me when Im gone, I hope it will record that I appealed to your best hopes, not your worst fears; to your confidence rather than your doubts. My dream is that you will travel the road ahead with liberty's lamp guiding your steps and opportunity's arm steadying your way." 16" H x 21" W
Ronald Reagan Signature Pen Set
SKU: STP179Ronald Reagan’s signature beautifully engraved on each of the pens in this stunning set. One roller ball pen and one ball point pen in silver and black in the set. Both pens encased in this uniquely crafted carbon fiber wooden gift box. An exceptional gift. Exclusive to the Reagan Library.
Ronald Reagan Signature Glass
SKU: GLG048This Ronald Reagan crystal glass is a contemporary twist on the classic double old-fashioned. Mouth blown, lead –free fine crystal. Engraved with Ronald Reagan’s official signature, drink a toast to American pride and his legacy of freedom! 11 oz. Gift boxed.
Ronald Reagan and Nancy Reagan Souvenir coin card
SKU: COM113Exclusive to the Reagan Library. The United States Mint 2016 President Ronald Reagan $1 coin. Placed on a souvenir card holder. These coins are not in circulation, however they are considered legal tender. No discounts allowed on this item.
George Washington's Rules of Civility & Decent Behavior
SKU: BKH053George Washington, the father of our country, exhibited notable manners throughout his life. Diligence in social matters was common practice in decent society the world over, during his liftetme. At the age of 14, Geroge Washington wrote down 110 rules under the title "Rules of Civility & Decent Behaviour in Company and Conversation."