"Witness Trees were on the battlefield at the time of the war. They bear the lasting effects of the horror of the battle"
*Please note - witness tree wood may vary by size, shape, and location of the tree depending on availability.
- Majestic Executive Lincoln Pen (#16190)
- Limited Edition.
- This executive pen is crafted from the honey locust "Witness Tree", located in the National Cemetery in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.
- This tree "witnessed" the great Battle of Gettysburg in July, 1863, and Abraham Lincoln's immortal speech on November 19, 1863.
- Decorative wooded box.
- Witness Tree case with coin and wood (#23370)
- Contains Gettysburg quarter and an original piece of Witness Tree Wood
- 6" x 5"
- Comfort Witness Lincoln Pen (#16189)
- Witness tree pen in decorative wooded case.
- Lincoln Witness Ornament National Cemetery (#5602)
- 1 1/2" x 3 1/2"
- The honey locust tree, from which this keepsake is hand crafted, stood watch over Cemetery Hill in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.
- The tree withstood shot and shell, and provided cover and shade to the soldiers that preserved the nation.
- Witness Tree Pen (#16188)
- Slim design and case
- Lincoln Witness Ornament Baltimore St. Sycamore
- This tree witnessed the panicked Federal troops falling back to its protection on the afternoon of July 1, 1863.
- Bullet on Base (#259)
- Bullet on Witness Tree Base
The wood base is from one of the "witness trees" on the Gettysburg Battlefield.