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Savings Bonds Golden Anniversary Ornament, 1991.
This gold-finished ornament with details in color enamel depicts an early World War II Savings Bonds poster that features Uncle Sam urging citizens to buy bonds to support the American military forces' efforts to bring peace to the world. It also depicts the modern U.S. Savings Bonds eagle logo. It measures about 3-1/4 by 3 inches and comes with a hanging ribbon, educational insert card and gift/presentation box.

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$12

Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms Ornament, 1997. Issued on BATF’s 25th Anniversary as a Treasury bureau, this gold-finished ornament with details in color enamel, recognizes its earliest mission of collecting revenue and enforcing laws on whiskey tax in the face of dissent by Pennsylvania farmers engaged in what was to be called the "Whiskey Rebellion." Included in the design are George Washington, Alexander Hamilton and BATF’s 25th Anniversary logo. It measures approximately 2-3/4 by 3 inches and comes with a hanging cord, educational insert card and gift/presentation box.

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$12

Comptroller of the Currency and Office of Thrift Supervision Ornament, 1998. These two bureaus are recognized in this gold-finished ornament’s components of the early official seal of Treasury's Office of the Comptroller of the Currency and the ornate wall of one of the vaults built in the Treasury Building in 1863-1864 for the Comptroller of the Currency. Also, it contains the official seal of the Office of Thrift Supervision (a Treasury Department bureau that was merged into OCC in 2011). It measures approximately 2-1/4 by 2-3/4 inches, and comes with a hanging ribbon, educational insert card and gift/presentation box.

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$12

Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC) Ornament, 1999. The mission of this unique organization is depicted by FLETC’s Tom Steed training building, a law enforcement car and a pursuit boat. This gold-finished ornament with details in color enamel recognizes the history of this Federal agency that trains over 70 U.S. government law enforcement organizations and some state and local police agencies, as well, and the early history of law enforcement training in the Treasury Department. It measures approximately 2-1/2 by 2-3/4 inches and comes with a hanging ribbon, educational insert card and gift/presentation box.

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$12

Treasury Building Ornament, Silver-tone, Undated. The silver ornament is made of solid brass with sterling silver plate. The front of the ornament depicts the south façade of the National Historic Landmark Treasury Building that is next to the White House and that is pictured on the back of the U.S. ten dollar bill. The reverse of the ornament includes the Treasury Department seal in blue enamel finish. The ornament measures about 2-3/4 inches in diameter and is accompanied by a hanging ribbon, educational insert card and lined presentation box.

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$20

Treasury Building Ornament, Gold-finished, Undated. This ornament is made of solid brass backing, with a three-dimensional resin molding of the Treasury Building. The reverse of the ornament includes the Treasury Department seal etched into the gold finish. The ornament measures about 3-1/2 inches in width and 2-1/2 inches in height and is accompanied by a hanging ribbon, educational insert card and lined presentation box.

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$20

Treasury Building Bookmark-Ornament. This gold-finished bookmark-ornament is a smaller rendition of a similarly-designed limited-edition ornament issued in 1989 to commemorate the Department of the Treasury's Bicentennial. With the addition of your ribbon, the bookmark can be used as a hanging ornament. It measures approximately 1-1/2 by 3 inches and depicts the South Wing of the Treasury Building. It is mounted on a folded educational card.

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$10

Treasury Building Springtime Notecards, Box of 10 with Envelopes, Blank Inside. These notecards present a full-color view of the Treasury Building in the Springtime, based on a watercolor painting by artist Ken Frye. The cards are 4-1/4 by 5-1/2 inches wide.

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$12

Treasury Building Snowscene Christmas/Holiday Notecards, Box of 10 with Envelopes, Four Versions. The snowscene cards are based on another watercolor painting by artist Ken Frye. The four versions are:

(a) inside text “Merry Christmas and Best Wishes for the New Year”;

(b) inside text “Seasons Greetings and Best Wishes for the New Year”;

(c) inside text “Happy Holidays and Best Wishes for the New Year”; and,

(d) no inside text – blank for your own personal messages to recipients.

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$12

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IRS Building Notecards, Box of 12 with Envelopes (6 Views), Blank Inside. THA's notecards present the architectural beauty of the Internal Revenue Service’s National Office Building at 1111 Constitution Avenue, NW, in Washington, DC. The collection of 12 cards per box, with envelopes, contains 2 each of 6 designs of the building’s architectural features. Cards are sepiatoned in color and are 4-1/2 by 6 inches wide. The reverse of each card contains a description of the montage image on the front.

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$12

Fortress of Finance: United States Treasury Building. Written by architectural historian Pamela Scott, author of Temple of Liberty: The United States Capitol Building, this book provides a captivating account of the construction of the first Treasury Office and of the current National Historic Landmark Treasury Building and its unique architectural features that make it one of Washington’s most magnificent structures. The result of over eight years of research, Fortress of Finance received the Independent Publisher’s second-place award for non-fiction books published in 2010 in the Mid-Atlantic states. It is produced in “coffee-table” format, about 8-1/2 x 11 inches, with 336 pages and 185 historic images. Its appendix provides brief histories of Treasury’s current bureaus and those now in other agencies.

 

$55

Birthplace of Bureaus: United States Treasury Department. This companion volume to THA’s first book provides a brief history of about 40 organizations of the Treasury since its establishment in 1789. While a number of these bureaus still remain in the Treasury Department, many have been transferred to other departments and agencies and even outside the Executive Branch, or have been abolished. Included in the appendix are brief biographies of ten notable historic personalities of the Department, from secretaries of the Treasury to bureau heads and one very famous Treasury law enforcement agent. The book was researched and written by local organizational historian who is the former historian of Treasury’s U.S. Customs Service, Mark Walston. It is produced in the same dimensions, high quality of production and format as Fortress of Finance, with over 100 pages and 35 historic images.

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$24.95 

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