Each American Flag has been flown over the 9/11 Memorial. Flags are packaged with a certificate of authenticity, showing the date the flag was flown. Requests for flags flown on specific dates are being accepted but, cannot be guaranteed. Certificates can be personalized with the name of the recipient. Please leave the name of the recipient as well as the date requested in the comment box at the end of your order.
Show your support for the 9/11 Memorial, and the rescue dogs who played such an important role in the search efforts on 9/11. This ornament features artwork by Rob Burns in tribute to one of these heroic dogs, Sirius.On September 11, 2001, Port Authority Police Lieutenant David Lim was in the South Tower with his K-9 partner, Sirius, a dog skilled in detecting explosives.
This a United States Mint Coin made from pure silver. This coin is part of the commemoration of the 10th year anniversary of the attacks on September 11, 2001. Each coin comes with a certificate of authenticity from the Department of Treasury. This certificate also specifies the meaning behind the design as well as the specifications of the coin itself. This coin has two sides:
Side 1: Features Lady Liberty holding the Lamp of Remembrance with two towers of light behind her. This side has the inscription "Always Remember 2001-2011".
This commemorative tray has the words "No Day Shall Erase You From The Memory of Time" to reflect a Virgil quote from The Aeneid.
Affirming a time-honored tradition of using classical quotations for their beauty and elegiac tone, the letters of this quote on the wall of the museum have been fashioned out of salvaged remnants of damaged World Trade Center steel. The piece is located in Memorial Hall, where it will stand in perpetuity at the site of the attacks as a promise that we will never forget those taken from us on that terrible day.
This paperweight of the Memorial Plaza features the reflecting pools & the 9/11 Memorial Museum, located in the heart of the World Trade Center site. The Memorial Plaza is a serene place to remember those who we have lost on September 11, 2001. Photograph by Jin-Sup Lee
The reflecting pools at the 9/11 Memorial are each an acre in size and sit in the footprints of the Twin Towers. The pools are inverse fountains: water falls down the inner walls of the fountain then fall a second time into the center void.
This is the 2015 9/11 Memorial Museum Commemorative Coin featuring the Survivor Tree. A Callery Pear tree was discovered in the rubble of Ground Zero during the recovery of 9/11. The tree was severely damaged but, was nursed back to health and became known as the Survivor Tree. The Survivor Tree is a symbol of hope & renewal as we move forward in rebuilding the World Trade Center site and remembering those we lost on September 11, 2001.
This Survivor Tree Umbrella features the white bud blossoms from the actual tree on site on the Memorial Plaza. It comes with a drawstring embroidered carrying case & opens automatically with the push of a button.
A Callery pear tree was discovered in the rubble of Ground Zero during the recovery operation after the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. The severely damaged tree was nursed back to health and became known as the Survivor Tree. It not stands at the 9/11 Memorial as a living reminder of our shared strength in the face of tragedy.
A Callery pear tree was discovered in the rubble of Ground Zero during the recovery operation after the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. The severely damaged tree was nursed back to health and became known as the Survivor Tree. It now stands at the 9/11 Memorial as a living reminder of our shared strength in the face of tragedy.
Excerpt from The Stories They Tell
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Located within a forest of hundreds of swamp white oak trees, two memorial pools, each an acre in size, now sit where the Twin Towers once stood. The pools are inverse fountains, with waterfalls cascading down the inner walls of each pool & then falling a second time into a center void. The sound of these two massive waterfalls creates a sanctuary enabling a focus on the incised names, surrounding the pools, of nearly 3,000 people murdered in the terrorist attacks.,
Excerpt from The Stories They Tell
Show your support of the NYPD with this dog coat. This coat comes in sizes X-Small - X-Large. A portion of the proceeds of this product benefits the New York City Police Foundation which promotes public safety in New York City as well as strengthening the service of the NYPD. The 9/11 Memorial & Museum is only possible through your support. General sizing is as follows: