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Sketch for Veterans Memorial Building

Graphite on tracing paper
15.5" x 6.5"

The Victory Eagle on the facade of the Veterans Memorial Building in Detroit is 30 feet high and projects 4½ feet from the wall in high relief. Seven free-standing pylons were originally placed in front of the building along the walkway leading to the entrance. Twenty feet high and carved with incised…

Studies for "Eaton War Memorial Eagle"

Ink on tracing paper
7.25" x 12"

The Eaton Manufacturing Company in Cleveland, Ohio commissioned this memorial in honor of the employees who died in World War II. A marble wall inscribed with the names of those employees who gave their lives for their country holds the bronze relief.

The eagle is the most prominent element. The simplified…

American Numismatic Association 93rd Anniversary Convention Medal, [Bronze]

Bronze medallion for American Numismatic Association. Obverse: Victory Eagle Reverse: lamp and book with text "American Numismatic Association 93rd Anniversary Convention Detroit, Michigan 1984"

Eaton War Memorial Eagle, Wreath, Mold, [Plaster, Rubber, Wax]

Small plaster mold with rubber and red wax core. Mold has a wreath used in the Eaton Memorial sketch model.

Eagle Medallions, [Plaster and Wood]

Three plaster small round eagle reliefs on a wood base.

United States Army, Relief, [Plaster]

Plaster medallion with eagle. The eagle is the same as the one for the Eaton medallion. There is a lot of plaster excess that surrounds the plaster medallion.

Eagle Armature

Armature on wood base of an eagle with wings upward. Armature made of plaster, wire and has some clay residue on it.

American-Canadian Numismatic Association, Relief, [Plaster]

Relief of half eagle on the left side and half oak leaves on the right, with unfinished edge. The word "Drying" is written on the lip of the relief. There is also the number "3565" stamped into the plaster in reverse. Inscribed on the relief is "American Canadian Numismatic Association".

The ninth annual convention marked the first and only…

Presentation drawing for eagle hood ornament

Gouache and pastel on board
28" x 20"

During the 1950s, Fredericks worked with automobile companies, designing hood ornaments for Chrysler Motors, General Motors Corporation, and Studebaker-Packard Corporation.

Sketches for eagle hood ornament

Oil pencil on tracing paper
23.75" x 18.75"

During the 1950s, Fredericks worked with automobile companies, designing hood ornaments for Chrysler Motors, General Motors Corporation, and Studebaker-Packard Corporation.