Reproductions

Daub & Firmin Studios offers reproductions of only some of its public-monument works. Some reproductions are limited editions. Our reproductions are casts of the final maquette from which the full-size monument was enlarged. They are cast and patinated using the exact same processes as used to create the monument. Daub & Firmin Studios produces each copy individually. You may have any patina applied to your bronze; the photos on this page show a few options. For questions about the sculptures, their historical backgrounds or production, email us at: info@dfsculpturestudios.com See specific instructions for ordering under the description of each subject.

Currently Available

Abraham Lincoln-as-a-Boy

See photos of the full-size monument under Public Monuments, Abraham-Lincoln-as-a-Boy on this site. The bronze maquette measures 26" tall by 19" in diameter at the base. It weighs approximately 77 pounds.

Abraham Lincoln Abraham Lincoln Abraham Lincoln

The price is $7,500, plus shipping and handling. You may order a bronze copy of the Lincoln from the Preservation of Lincoln's Kentucky Heritage, who sponsored the monument, by emailing your request or your questions to: Iris Larue email: abe@lincolnmuseum-ky.org

Sacagawea

Sacagawea was the young Shoshone woman who served as an interpreter and guide for the Lewis and Clark Corps of Discovery expedition. See photos of the full-size monument under Public Monuments, Corps of Discovery on this site. The bronze maquette measures 27" tall and 16" wide at its widest. It weighs approximately 70 pounds.

Sacagawea

You may order a bronze copy of the Sacagawea from the Montana Trails Gallery in Bozeman, by emailing your request or your questions to: tara@montanatrails.com

Corps of Discovery

See photos of the full-size monument under Public Monuments, Corps of Discovery on this site. The bronze maquette measures 22" tall and 16" in diameter at its base. It weighs approximately 80 pounds.

Corps of Discovery

You may order a bronze copy of the Corps of Discovery from the Montana Trails Gallery in Bozeman, by emailing your request or your questions to: tara@montanatrails.com