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D.A.R. Bicentennial Medal

Artist: De Lue, Donald
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Dimensions: 2.5" diameter
Type of Work: Medal
Medium: Bronze
Price: $200 Plus shipping and insurance

Toward the end of an amazingly productive and fertile career lasting over 40 years, Donald De Lue designed this medal in 1972 for the Daughters of the American Revolution -- the first to be issued in celebration of the 1976 Bicentennial of the United States. Characteristically for De Lue, it features several strongly-modelled figures in high relief, including a Colonial woman, child and a man -- presumably their husband and father -- astride a horse which is a bundle of muscle and energy. The reverse of the medal depicts a cluster of symbols radiating from an image of the D.A.R.'s headquarters building in Washington, D.C.

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