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On The Prairie
In anticipation of the bicentennial of Abraham Lincoln's birth in 2009, the 2006 Springfield City Ornament depicts "Abraham Lincoln: On the Prairie," the sculpture at the entrance to New Salem where he lived as a young man.
The sculpture by Anna Hyatt Huntington portrays young Abe on horseback, reading a lawbook. Springfield artist Stan Squires interpreted the statue for this design, silhouetting Lincoln and his horse between wisps of prairie grass and a split-rail fence.
Each is 24-karat gold-plated, signed and numbered.
Orders are being taken immediately.