Artisan Bookmarks

These beautiful metal bookmarks by David Howell & Company feature artifacts and historic sites from Longyear Museum’s collection. Each one symbolizes a significant period in Mary Baker Eddy’s life and in the development of Christian Science. Solid brass with an electro-plated, non-tarnishing silver finish and giclee print.


Lynn House Front Door Bookmark

Features the entrance to the Mary Baker Eddy Historic House in Lynn, Massachusetts.

At her home in Lynn, Mrs. Eddy completed and published the first edition of Science and Health in 1875, chartered a college for teaching Christian Science, founded the Church of Christ, Scientist, and laid the foundations for what would become a worldwide movement.

Dimensions: Approx. 1" W x 3" L (Packaged in an Acetate Sleeve with Provenance Card)

 

Pleasant View Summerhouse Bookmark

Features the front-lawn gazebo at Pleasant View, Mary Baker Eddy’s home in Concord, New Hampshire.

Roses twined their way up the sides of this shady retreat in the gardens that the Founder of Christian Science established at her home – and shared, at times, with the public.

Dimensions: Approx. 1" W x 3" L (Packaged in an Acetate Sleeve with Provenance Card)

 

Christian Science Hall Stained Glass Bookmark

Features the cross and crown design that was part of a stained-glass window from the Hall in Concord, New Hampshire.

Christian Science services were held in Christian Science Hall – a downtown house that Mrs. Eddy purchased and transformed in 1897 – until a granite edifice took its place.

 Dimensions: Approx. 1.50" W x 1.50" L (Packaged in an Acetate Sleeve with Provenance Card)

 

Pleasant View Gate Bookmark

Features the granite and wrought-iron gate that welcomed visitors to Mary Baker Eddy’s home in Concord, New Hampshire.

This stately gate now greets the public at Longyear Museum.

Dimensions: Approx. 1.50" W x 1" L (Packaged in an Acetate Sleeve with Provenance Card)