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Frame with enclosed artifacts

Frame with enclosed artifacts - Star Spangled Banner

Frame with enclosed artifacts - Certificate of Authenticity for Silver Spoons contined in Case

Glasses case containing small pair of glasses

A check written by Francis Scott Key (payee is eligible)

An English law book from 1800

Flower embroidered box

Silhouette of Roger Brooke Taney

Silhouette of Francis Scott Key

Large brass candle holder with glass globe

Candy Dish with gold and painted flower patterns

A period brass ink well with missing top

Painting by John Ross Key of Key home c.1870

Painting by John Ross Key of Key home c.1870 - Description

19th Century Barrel-Top Writing Desk

19th Century Barrel-Top Writing Desk

Francis Scott Key- (Black and White Photograph Painting)

Four post canopy bed with turned posts and drape donated by Marty Mercer

Four post canopy bed with turned posts and drape donated by Marty Mercer

19th Century Wing Chair

Period Clay Pipe

Oil painting of Francis Scott Key

(Pair of) Brass Candle Sticks

An autographed poem by Francis Scott Key

Portion of a legal opinion in the handwriting of Francis Scott Key, Concerning the Chesapeake & Ohio Canal.
Given By Francis S. Key-Smith, ESQ. –Great Grandson of Francis Scott Key

19th Century empire style leather faced tripod tilt-top table

"Sunset on a Potomac" River” – John Ross Key donated by Dr. Eugene and Christine Sanders

A plaque commemorating centennial of the Star Spangle Banner

A print of Francis Scott Key 1779-1843

Collection of The Annual Cyclopedia 1861-1873

A 3 stack book case donated by Erving Weil

A Print titled “The Inspiration”