Medallions and Reliefs

Honoring all who served
8” coin relief

Lenonda Finke
Leonda Finke

Family Relationships
Lt Joseph Petrosino Memorial Plaque
Early twentieth century New York City police hero.
21" x 17"
2012 - Unique, commissioned by the New York City Parks Department.
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Elliot Offner in The Studio
24" x 16"
2011 - Edition: 1 of 10

AT&T Centennial Medallion
1976 - Unique

First Fish
George Balanchine
Bronze 3"
Society of Medalists

Scotty dog
Otter Medallion
2005 - Available at Brookgreen Gardens, South Carolina, USA

Family Relationships
Self Portrait
Detail of 27" x 8"
1969 - Unique, not for sale

On Wednesday, November 5, Carter Jones' bas reliefs of Lieutenant Joseph Petrosino were officially unveiled in a ceremony in the Soho park named after the former police officer. Lieutenant Petrosino served on the NYC police force from 1883 to 1909 and was a pioneer in the fight against organized crime. Hand-picked by then NYC Police Commissioner Theodore Roosevelt  to investigate organized crime, Petrosino was assassinated by the mafia while working undercover in Sicily. The dedication was attended by members of the New York City police department, the NYC parks department and members of the Petrosino family.

Joseph Petrosino memorial plaque dedication ceremony.

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