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WASHINGTON, George

By unknown sculptor. Possibly modeled ca. 1800–1810 after an original plaster by Christian Gullagher at Christ Church, Boston

Marble, 24 x 20 x 11 in.

Presumed to be a purchase, ca. 1811. Resolves June 25, 1811.

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LINCOLN, Abraham

By Sarah Fisher Ames, 1867. Replica of original, most likely that in the United States Capitol

Marble, 30 1/2 x 24 x 15 in.

Purchased from the artist under Resolves 1867, ch. 88.

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Marie Joseph Paul Yves Roch Gilbert du Motier, LAFAYETTE, Marquis de

By Horatio Greenough, ca. 1831–1833

Marble, 26 x 24 x 12 in.

Gift of Horatio S. Greenough, son of the sculptor, January 26, 1898.

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SUMNER, Charles

By Martin Milmore, 1869

Marble, 30 x 28 x 16 in.

Gift of A. A. Lawrence and others, April 27, 1869.

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Musket: "Parker Firearm"

American, light fowler, mid-18th century
Walnut (?), iron, later brass plates
Overall length: 59 3/4 in., barrel length: 44 in., length to trigger pull: 46 1/2 in., .62 caliber

Bequeathed by Rev. Theodore Parker, grandson of John Parker, 1861.

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Musket: "King's Arm"

British, Longland pattern musket, 1756 (Grice lock dated 1762)
Walnut, iron, steel, later brass plates
Overall length: 62 in., barrel length 45 15/16 in., .765 caliber

Bequeathed by Rev. Theodore Parker, grandson of John Parker, 1861.

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Seal of the Commonwealth

By unknown artist, 1847

Painted and gilt wood

Commissioned under Res. February 24, 1847.

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