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Appalachia Series

Treasures of the Southern Mountains

This series, includes two of the most beloved landmarks of the Southern Mountains. These miniatures, created by award-winning sculptor Leo Preisler, are limited to 9,500 castings and each is signed, numbered and accompanied by a certificate of authenticity and a history. The collector may purchase either piece in a summer or a winter presentation.


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The Lodge at Mt. LeConte
LML
Our Price: $179.95

9 1/2"L X 10 1/2"W X 3 1/2"H

Mount LeConte is the tallest mountain in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, standing 6,593 feet above sea level. The lodge is the only mountaintop inn in the park. There is a main building housing the dining room, kitchen and staff living quarters: two log cabins with two and three bedrooms and a general living room with fireplace; a number of smaller, individual cabins: a building with games, rockers on the porch, a guest registry and pictures of days gone by: and an outdoor bathroom.


The Lodge at Mt. LeConte in Winter
WLML
Our Price: $179.95

9 1/2"L X 10 1/2"W X 3 1/2"H

Mount LeConte is the tallest mountain in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, standing 6,593 feet above sea level. The lodge is the only mountaintop inn in the park. There is a main building housing the dining room, kitchen and staff living quarters: two log cabins with two and three bedrooms and a general living room with fireplace; a number of smaller, individual cabins: a building with games, rockers on the porch, a guest registry and pictures of days gone by: and an outdoor bathroom.


The Old Mill at Pigeon Forge
OM
Our Price: $179.95

9"L X 9"W X 5 1/4"H

The Old Mill at Pigeon Forge was built in 1830 by William Lowe. Grinding grain and corn was done on a two-ton French Buhrs wheel. The water from the Little Pigeon River turned the big water wheel to furnish the power. The interior of the Mill is hand-hewn hemlock and oak, held together with hickory pegs. Electricity for the town was generated by the Mill until 1930. Members of the Fred Stout family have owned and operated the Mill for nearly 60 years. This authentic, working mill is listed in the National Register of Historical Places.


The Old Mill at Pigeon Forge in Winter
WOM
Our Price: $179.95

9"L X 9"W X 5 1/4"H

The Old Mill at Pigeon Forge was built in 1830 by William Lowe. Grinding grain and corn was done on a two-ton French Buhrs wheel. The water from the Little Pigeon River turned the big water wheel to furnish the power. The interior of the Mill is hand-hewn hemlock and oak, held together with hickory pegs. Electricity for the town was generated by the Mill until 1930. Members of the Fred Stout family have owned and operated the Mill for nearly 60 years. This authentic, working mill is listed in the National Register of Historical Places.


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