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Official 2017 White House Ornaments

$24.95 each




The White House Historical Association’s 37th ornament honors President Franklin D. Roosevelt and his historic four terms in office. Its design is inspired by the eagle cartouche adorning the speaker’s stand at Roosevelt’s first inauguration. Other details include a nod to the home radios used to broadcast his Fireside Chats to the American public, his personal monogram, and his trusty dog Fala.

All WHHA ornament sales support the mission of the non-profit, non-partisan White House Historical Association to protect, preserve, and provide public access to the history ofAmerica’s Executive Mansion.

White House Commemorative Ornament

$23.50 each

This ornament is crafted with sandstone from the same Virginia quarry that produced the stone used to build the exterior walls of the White House more than 200 years ago. The ornament honors James Hoban, White House Architect. It is a detailed reproduction of the north and south façades of the White House enhanced with 24 karat gold finished brass accents.







Colonial Fife Player, Flag Bearer, & Drummer Ornaments

$11.50 each
Fifes and drums were used by armies around the world for centuries to provide music for marching and for communicating orders in battle. During the Revolutionary War, the Continental Army adopted uniform regulations that called for blue coats for infantry (foot) soldiers. Musicians were dressed in contrasting colors to distinguish them from fighting soldiers. Our colonial fifer, flag bearer, and drummer figures each wear a red coat with buff waistcoat and breeches. Their uniform is similar to that worn today by musicians of the U.S. Army’s Third Infantry Regiment (“The Old Guard”), a ceremonial unit based at Fort Myer, Virginia.



Official Virginia Capitol Foundation Ornaments

$24.00 each

Virginia Capitol Ornament
The 2012 Capitol Square Ornament features Virginia’s State Capitol. This structure was very familiar to James Monroe who represented three different Virginia localities in the General Assembly and four terms as Governor.

Virginia Executive Mansion Ornament
The 2014 Capitol Square Ornament features Virginia’s Executive Mansion. The law that provided for the construction of the current Executive Mansion was signed on February 13, 1811 by James Monroe, with the building being completed in 1813, after his final term as Governor.



A Monroe Christmas CD

$14.95 each

A James Monroe Museum original! A Monroe Christmas features 19 Christmas songs from the late 18th and early 19th centuries. The songs were performed on the Monroe family’s c. 1802 Astor pianoforte by Heidi Stello, Editorial Assistant for The Papers of James Monroe, jmm_-christmas-cdcoverart-2-copyand longtime JMM Guide. It’s the perfect musical accompaniment for your holiday party!









Additional Merchandise


In addition to the great bicentennial items offered in the Museum, we stock a huge selection of books, writing sets, puzzles, t-shirts, children’s toys and crafts.

deluxe-writing-setDeluxe Writing Set with Wooden Pen, 3 Nibs, 2 inks, 2 wax sticks, Fleur de Lis Wax Seal, and calligraphy booklet. $32.00






pen-sets-blueBrass Feather Nib Ink & Pen Set with choice of feather color. $20.00






monroe-doctrine-historic-document-replicaThe Monroe Doctrine: Historic Document Replica. $2.25







We are working on creating an online store for your convenience. All store merchandise is currently available as a traditional mail order. There is a $2.00 handling fee. Shipping is based on items size and weight. Most orders ship next business day. If you are interested in ordering items from our Store please contact our Store Manager at 540-654-1043 or via our web form.


A partial list of books available in our store is available here.

Members of the Friends of the James Monroe Museum receive a twenty percent discount on all purchases! We accept Visa and MasterCard. All merchandise is subject to shipping charges and Virginia sales tax.

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