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Funny Face Funny Face
The winged soul for this small child carries her to the next world too soon, yet effortlessly. Found on the gravestone of Dorothy Cutting, she resides eternally in Center Cemetery, Northfield, MA. She went to a new life September 9, 1801 at the tender age of 1 year, 11 months & 22 days.

Item#: 0087
Dimension: 3" diameter
Price: $6.00

A Little Soul A Little Soul
This petite soul effigy carries the spirit of Reverend Mr. David Thurston to the next world. His mortal remains were deposited in the old burial ground of First Congregational Church; Auburn, Massachusetts upon his death May 5, 1771. He was a Pastor in Medway, Massachusetts.

Item#: 0065
Dimension: 2" H x 2.5" W
Price: $5.00

Be Mindful Of The Hour Magnet Be Mindful Of The Hour
The hourglass symbolizes the swift passage of time. This image graces the gravestone of Mr. Samuel Burnham twice, lest we forget just how quickly the glass runs. His time came early, at the youthful age of 27 when he passed to the next life March 15, 1782. He resides permanently in Olde North Burying Ground; Ipswich, Massachusetts.

Item#: 0083
Dimension: 3" H x 2" W
Price: $8.00

Point Of Graves Magnet Point Of Graves
The G, Compass and Square are the signature symbols of Freemasonry. This handsome trio adorns the gravestone of William H. Seagrave, born January 2, 1847 and died March 4, 1917. He resides eternally with his wife Elizabeth J. Kerslake, who died March 20, 1921, in Prospect Hill Cemetery, Uxbridge, Massachusetts. Also available as a casting.

Item#: 0086
Dimension: 5.5" H x 4" W
Price: $10.00

Sun Of Goddard Magnet Sun of Goddard
This delicate solar lunette may be the sun setting on this life or perhaps rising on a new life. It depends on your perspective! This solar symbol decorates the grave of Robert Goddard, Esquire, who is buried in Auburn, Massachusetts. His sun set on May 8, 1785 at the youthful age of 91 years.

Item#: 0066
Dimension: 2" H x 2.5" W
Price: $6.00

Fugit Hora Magnet
Fugit Hora!

Fugit Hora! is Latin for Time Flies and serves as a warning to the living their hourglasses were running and could be at the last grain of sand at any moment. From the gravestone of Samuel Sargent, died September 22, 1710 and buried in Bell Rock Cemetery, Malden, Massachusetts.

Item#: 0095
Dimension: 1.5" H x 4.25" W
Price: $8.00

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