A Glorious Map…

 

October 2019
by dal

 

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This is Copper Dan’s hand crafted walnut map frame. The Frame is 39″ by 42″. The collectible map is the long out of print, poster sized, Benchmark map and it’s signed by Forrest. It also has  nine copper arrowheads inlaid into the frame and three medallions inset at the base. This is a beautiful piece and there will never be another like it.

You can find out more about the piece from Copper Dan and more about how you can enter to win this one-of-a-kind art piece by going to Jenny’s website

It’s all for a very worthy cause…so please enter…

The drawing for this art piece will be held on October 7th…Have fun!

NOTE:

The drawing has occurred as scheduled and the winner announced…

Thanks everyone for participating!

 

 

 

 

 

31 thoughts on “A Glorious Map…

  1. Dan if you read this, I donated and did the puzzle
    My information is under Amy york. But I’m also AMY Sweitzer. Having two names is better than having just one. Ha ha ha.

  2. WOW!

    Left me at a loss for words.
    “This is a beautiful piece and there will never be another like it.”Dal
    Copper Dan u da man.
    You have quite the skill and imagination for creating something as beautiful and unique as this.
    “…there will never be another like it” Just like Forrest Fenn there can only be one.

    I take my chapeau off to you.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sqcLjcSloXs

    Nine arrowheads?
    Three coins?
    The Frame is 39″ by 42″
    369
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GnEWOYKgI4o

    I think it’s time to take a break.

  3. Thank you Dal for posting this. Thank you to the whole Forrest Fenn community for inspiring me to create this. It was an honor. And thank you all from the children of St. Judes Children’s Hospital.

  4. Hi Copper Dan,
    This would be an awesome piece to win!
    I already own your WWWH piece and I’m wondering when I can expect the Canyon Down piece ?
    Thanks

  5. I used to partake in an annual COUNTRY CARES FOR KIDS Radiothon that is held at different stations accross the country throughout the year. I went for a weekend to Memphis, to the hospital. If you ever have a chance, Google the history and founding of st jude. Magical place.

  6. Beautiful piece! And such a great cause. My first job in high school was a recruiter for St. Jude’s. We called on schools to participate in fund raisers for St. Jude. By far the most rewarding job I ever had! Thanks Copper Dan, Dal, Jenny and FF!

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