Pins, Patches, Medallions & Collectibles

Harpers Ferry National Historical Park Lapel Pin - T. Jefferson

Harpers Ferry National Historical Park Lapel Pin - T. Jefferson
$4.99

Measures 3/4" x 1 1/4" Depicts Thomas Jefferson viewing the water gap at Harpers Ferry.

“The passage of the Patowmac through the Blue Ridge is perhaps one of the most stupendous scenes in Nature. . .This scene is worth a voyage across the Atlantic.”  After visiting in 1783, this is how Thomas Jefferson described Harpers Ferry in his book, Notes on the State of Virginia.   

Harpers Ferry Heritage Trail Hiking Staff Medallion

Harpers Ferry Heritage Trail Hiking Staff Medallion
$3.99

This medallion is made from metal. Measures 1 ¼” x 1 ½”. Includes two small nails for mounting.

Harpers Ferry National Historical Park Patch - Jefferson

Harpers Ferry National Historical Park Patch - Jefferson
$3.99

Measures 2 1/4" x 3 3/4" Depicts Thomas Jefferson viewing the water gap at Harpers Ferry.

“The passage of the Patowmac through the Blue Ridge is perhaps one of the most stupendous scenes in Nature. . .This scene is worth a voyage across the Atlantic.”  After visiting in 1783, this is how Thomas Jefferson described Harpers Ferry in his book, Notes on the State of Virginia.   

 

Harpers Ferry National Historical Park Quarter

Harpers Ferry National Historical Park Quarter
$5.95

Set of two Harpers Ferry National Historical Park uncirculated quarters, one from the Denver mint and one from the Philadelphia mint. John Brown's Fort is featured on the coin and the packaging includes a history of the park as well as a history of John Brown's raid on Harpers Ferry.

 

Harpers Ferry National Historical Park Quarter and Stamp Set

Harpers Ferry National Historical Park Quarter and Stamp Set
$14.99

2016 uncirculated U.S. minted quarter encased in plastic along with an unused U.S. postage stamp.

Mug Shenandoah Street

Mug Shenandoah Street
$7.95

A photograph depicts several museums on the main street in Harpers Ferry National Historical Park. Microwave & dishwasher safe from photographer Frank Ceravalo.