Thomas Jefferson Blanks, Poplar Forest

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Andrewt72

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These unique blanks are from Thomas Jefferson's Poplar Forest retreat/vacation home/ revenue generating plantation. The wood was secured by the Poplar Forest Restoration project. Each blank comes with a Certificate of the Authenticity. The wood is Tulip Poplar. Each blank is $50.00 or 5 for $200.00 (250.00 value). The pens sell for $120.00 (easily) This is a very unique blank and cannot be found anywhere else. The Certificate of Authenticity's will be customized with your name (see picture).

www.poplarforest.org

Poplar Forest is a plantation and plantation house in Forest, Bedford County, Virginia. Thomas Jefferson designed the plantation and used the property as a private retreat and a revenue-generating plantation. Jefferson inherited the property in 1773 and began designing and working on the plantation in 1806. While Jefferson is the most famous individual associated with the property, it had several owners before being purchased for restoration, preservation, and exhibition in 1984.

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Andrewt72

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Joined
Apr 6, 2021
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21
Location
Lynchburg, Virginia
These unique blanks are from Thomas Jefferson's Poplar Forest retreat/vacation home/ revenue generating plantation. The wood was secured by the Poplar Forest Restoration project. Each blank comes with a Certificate of the Authenticity. The wood is Tulip Poplar. Each blank is $50.00 or 5 for $200.00 (250.00 value). The pens sell for $120.00 (easily) This is a very unique blank and cannot be found anywhere else. The Certificate of Authenticity's will be customized with your name (see picture).

www.poplarforest.org

Poplar Forest is a plantation and plantation house in Forest, Bedford County, Virginia. Thomas Jefferson designed the plantation and used the property as a private retreat and a revenue-generating plantation. Jefferson inherited the property in 1773 and began designing and working on the plantation in 1806. While Jefferson is the most famous individual associated with the property, it had several owners before being purchased for restoration, preservation, and exhibition in 1984.

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