Apr. 04, 1975 - An Eagle for the U.S. Ambassador's Residence: An original bronze of ''The Great American Eagle'' was today presented to the United States Ambassador in London - Elliot Richardson. The eagle, sculpted by the dean of American Sculptors Gilroy Roberts was presented as part of the American Independence Day Celebrations at the London Residence, Winfield House. The Presentation was made by Brian G. Harrison, executive Vice President and Director of the Franklin Mint Corporation, and will be a contribution to the bicentennial celebrations in the United Kingdom. Photo Shows Brian G

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Apr. 04, 1975 - An Eagle for the U.S. Ambassador's Residence: An original bronze of ''The Great American Eagle'' was today presented to the United States Ambassador in London - Elliot Richardson. The eagle, sculpted by the dean of American Sculptors Gilroy Roberts was presented as part of the American Independence Day Celebrations at the London Residence, Winfield House. The Presentation was made by Brian G. Harrison, executive Vice President and Director of the Franklin Mint Corporation, and will be a contribution to the bicentennial celebrations in the United Kingdom. Photo Shows Brian G
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Apr. 04, 1975 - An Eagle for the U.S. Ambassador's Residence: An original bronze of ''The Great American Eagle'' was today presented to the United States Ambassador in London - Elliot Richardson. The eagle, sculpted by the dean of American Sculptors Gilroy Roberts was presented as part of the American Independence Day Celebrations at the London Residence, Winfield House. The Presentation was made by Brian G. Harrison, executive Vice President and Director of the Franklin Mint Corporation, and will be a contribution to the bicentennial celebrations in the United Kingdom. Photo Shows Brian G. Harrison on left - makes the presentation to Ambassador Richardson - at Winfield House, today. (Credit Image: Keystone Pictures USA/ZUMAPRESS)