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AFGS
Heritage Ornaments Sale
L'Habitation
The
Carignan-Salieres
Regiment Soldier
The Voyageurs
2004 collectible ornaments
2006 collectible ornament
2008 The Voyageurs Ornament
Sale $12.00 (save $3.00)
Sale $12.00 (save $3.00)
Sale $12.00 (save $3.00)
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Plus $5.00 S&H. each ornament
Plus $5.00 S&H. each ornament
Plus $5.00 S&H. each ornament
RI residents plus 84 cents state sales tax per ornament
All Ornaments (plus shipping & handling)
Order three ornament set for $35.00 plus $5.00 S&H.
RI residents add $2.45 state sales tax
L'Habitation
The Carignan-Salieres Regiment Soldier
The Voyageurs
Actual size 2 3/4 round
Actual size 3.5" X 2.5"
Actual size 2.5" X 3.5"
L'Habitation is an intricately detailed depiction of the first permanent French-Canadian colony founded in Quebec by Samuel de Champlain in 1608. The Carignan-Salieres Regiment Soldier is an intricately detailed depiction of a regiment soldier that landed in Quebec in June of 1665. The regiment was sent by King Louis XIV to protect the settlers. The Voyageurs is an intricately detailed depiction of the adventurous French Canadian men who traveled by birch bark canoe transporting barter goods, supplies and pelts between Montreal and the vast outreaches of the western wilderness stretching to the Pacific Coast. 
Each exquisite 24kt gold-electroplated collectible is handcrafted of solid brass and beautifully gift-boxed with the AFGS logo embossed in gold on the cover, and includes a short history of this significant first settlement in New France. Each exquisite 24kt gold-electroplated collectible is handcrafted of solid brass. The soldier is depicted in full color. The ornament is beautifully gift-boxed with the AFGS logo embossed in gold on the cover, and includes a short history of this significant first settlement in New France. Each exquisite 24kt gold-electroplated collectible is handcrafted of solid brass. The men in their canoe are depicted in full color. The ornament is beautifully gift-boxed with the AFGS logo embossed in gold on the cover, and includes a short history of the voyageurs and the important role they played in the fur trade that sustained the Canadian economy for over two hundred years. 
 



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