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These art glass pieces from Kokomo Opalescent Glass are unique, with over 22,000 color and texture combinations. The images below are representative of the variety we've had in stock recently. Stock changes daily--visit the shop in person to select the perfect one!
Order No. 6635
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|Metal Indianapolis Canal Magnet|
Order No. 6605
Artwood Indiana Magnet
Indianapolis Key Chain
|Basketball Light-up Key Chain|
Order No. 6629
|Indiana Memories Shot Glass|
Order No. 6609
|Indiana State Seal Spoon|
Order No. 6617
|Indiana State Seal Spoon|
Order No. 6616
|Covered Bridge Spoon|
Order No. 6618
|Indianapolis Wacky Colors Mug|
Order No. 6614
TEMPORARILY OUT OF STOCK
|Indianapolis Montage Mug|
Order No. 6627
|Indianapolis Postage Stamp Mug|
Order No. 6626
I'm Making Indiana History T-shirt
Proclaim you're making history with this 50/50 - cotton/poly T-shirt, with the capitol dome (in gold) within the outline of the state - navy blue or hunter green. Adult sizes medium through XXL.
Indiana 1816 T-shirt
The Indiana 1816 T-shirt is a wonderful way to show your pride and interest in Indiana and its history. This white, 50/50 cotton/poly shirt has a 6-color map and narrative describing the boundaries of Indiana at the time of statehood--1816! Adult sizes medium through XL (no XXL).
IN State Flag Button
Nineteen gold stars on a blue background, the state banner adapted on this button was the winning design in a competition commemorating the centennial of statehood in 1916. The banner was adopted by the 1917 General Assembly and designated a flag in 1955.
.50¢ / .30¢ - orders of 20 or more
Selected Christian Schrader drawings have been grouped in sets. Black ink on ivory paper, folded over, 5.5" x 4.5".
In honor of Clark, the Indiana Historical Bureau has produced a commemorative stamp card with an image of the famous painting, The Fall of Fort Sackville, by Frederick C. Yohn and the 2-cent United States postage stamp issued in 1929 to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the Fall of Fort Sackville. The card is approximately 6 inches by 4 inches and the reverse side contains information about the battle, the painting, and the stamp.
Order No. 6099
1.5" / $.50 / Order No. 6105
3" / $.75 / Order No. 6106
7" / $2.50 / Order No. 6107
12" / Special Order Only / Order No. 6108
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Indiana in 1816 map - color
paper 11'" x 17"/$6.00/Order No. 6012
3 feet x 5 feet nylon flag with two side grommets for hanging
Order No. 6090
Small plastic holder with U. S. flag and Indiana State Flag
Order No. 6089
Emblems of the State of Indiana
Contains all of the above with relevant legislation, plus the state poem, song with music, stone, and George Rogers Clark Day legislation. The text may be found on the Historical Bureau Web site.
paper 16 pp. reprint 1991 / $.50 / Order No. 6043