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Raymond Burr, Don Galloway and Marshall Fredericks in Copenhagen, Denmark

Raymond Burr (Ironside), Don Galloway (Sgt. Brown) and Marshall Fredericks in Copenhagen, Denmark.

Reverse of the plaster model for "Rebild American Independence Day Medal"

1972, minted in gold, silver, and bronze, diameter 1 3/4 and 3 inches, Rebild National Park Society, Jutland, Denmark.

Face: Inscription, " Tilegnet Den Danske Og Amerikanske Befolkning Til Evigt Venskab (Dedicated to the Eternal Friendship of the Danish and American People)," with bas-relief design of American Eagle overlapping the Danish coat…

Face of the plaster model for "Rebild American Independence Day Medal"

1972, minted in gold, silver, and bronze, diameter 1 3/4 and 3 inches, Rebild National Park Society, Jutland, Denmark.

Face: Inscription, " Tilegnet Den Danske Og Amerikanske Befolkning Til Evigt Venskab (Dedicated to the Eternal Friendship of the Danish and American People)," with bas-relief design of American Eagle overlapping the Danish coat…

Face of "Rebild American Independence Day Medal"

1972, minted in gold, silver, and bronze, diameter 1 3/4 and 3 inches, Rebild National Park Society, Jutland, Denmark.

Face: Inscription, " Tilegnet Den Danske Og Amerikanske Befolkning Til Evigt Venskab (Dedicated to the Eternal Friendship of the Danish and American People)," with bas-relief design of American Eagle overlapping the Danish coat…

"Rebild American Independence Day Medal" - reverse

1972, minted in gold, silver, and bronze, diameter 1 3/4 and 3 inches, Rebild National Park Society, Jutland, Denmark.

Face: Inscription, " Tilegnet Den Danske Og Amerikanske Befolkning Til Evigt Venskab (Dedicated to the Eternal Friendship of the Danish and American People)," with bas-relief design of American Eagle overlapping the Danish coat…

Reverse of "Rebild American Independence Day Medal"

1972, minted in gold, silver, and bronze, diameter 1 3/4 and 3 inches, Rebild National Park Society, Jutland, Denmark.

Face: Inscription, " Tilegnet Den Danske Og Amerikanske Befolkning Til Evigt Venskab (Dedicated to the Eternal Friendship of the Danish and American People)," with bas-relief design of American Eagle overlapping the Danish coat…

Bronze ugly ducking from "Nordic Swan and the Ugly Duckling" (Hans Christian Andersen Fountain) in Skælskør, Denmark

This sculpture represents Fredericks' interpretation of Hans Christian Andersen's popular story, The Ugly Duckling. Unlike Fredericks' portrayals of other literary subjects, this sculpture illustrates not one moment in the story, but two.

Fredericks placed the unhappy duckling driven from place to place because of his ugliness at the base of…

Rear/side view of "Nordic Swan and the Ugly Duckling" (Hans Christian Andersen Fountain) in Skælskør, Denmark

This sculpture represents Fredericks' interpretation of Hans Christian Andersen's popular story, The Ugly Duckling. Unlike Fredericks' portrayals of other literary subjects, this sculpture illustrates not one moment in the story, but two.

Fredericks placed the unhappy duckling driven from place to place because of his ugliness at the base of…

An unidentified couple pose with "Nordic Swan and the Ugly Duckling" (Hans Christian Andersen Fountain in Skælskør, Denmark

This sculpture represents Fredericks' interpretation of Hans Christian Andersen's popular story, The Ugly Duckling. Unlike Fredericks' portrayals of other literary subjects, this sculpture illustrates not one moment in the story, but two.

Fredericks placed the unhappy duckling driven from place to place because of his ugliness at the base of…

Julia Hall and Karl Larsen pose with "Nordic Swan and the Ugly Duckling" (Hans Christian Andersen Fountain) in Skælskør, Denmark

This sculpture represents Fredericks' interpretation of Hans Christian Andersen's popular story, The Ugly Duckling. Unlike Fredericks' portrayals of other literary subjects, this sculpture illustrates not one moment in the story, but two.

Fredericks placed the unhappy duckling driven from place to place because of his ugliness at the base of…