General Dwight D. Eisenhower's Heavy Brass Paperweight, with The appropriate 3-D Seal of the United States of America, is 3 inches in diameter and it rests on a Handsome 4.5 inch Ebony Base. Take Special Note of the verso of this Historic Relic as it was Deeply Engraved years ago, "General DDE 1945".
THE DISTINQUISHED HEAVY BRASS PAPERWEIGHT OF GENERAL DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER
THE DISTINCTIVE VERSO OF THE HEAVY BRASS 3-D PAPERWEIGHT OF THE VICTORIOUS WORLD WAR 11 GENERAL
This Important World War II Paperweight sat on the General's Desk, in England's Telegraph Cottage – where Eisenhower made Life and Death Decisions throughout World War II. Upon Ike's Death, in 1969, it was left to his Trusted Valet, Sgt. John Moaney. The Moaney's took special care of it, from 1961 until 1983, ultimately providing Detailed and Appropriate Historical Provenance; and permanently placing it in the Raleigh DeGeer Amyx Collection, where it has been on permanent display, nearly 30 years now.
PRESIDENT EISENHOWER GRILLS A STEAK WITH HIS EVER PRESENT VALET AND FRIEND - SGT. JOHN MOANEY - MOANEY WAS EVEN REMEMBERED IN IKE'S WILL AT THE TIME OF PRESIDENT EISENHOWER'S DEATH IN 1969
GENERAL DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER - DURING WORLD WAR 11 - BEING PRESENTED THE LEGION OF MERIT BY HIS COMMANDER IN CHIEF FRANKLIN DELANO ROOSEVELT
HISTORIAN & COLLECTOR - RALEIGH DEGEER AMYX - WHILE VISITING THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 2009