Title [Dwight D. Eisenhower]
Number 54394
Size 4" H
Date c. 1952
Place [Washington, D.C.]
Category Presidential
Price $900.00
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Eisenhower Bottle Stopper owned by President Eisenhower.
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Bottle stopper with 2.75” high image of Eisenhower atop a 1.25” cork. Light paint wear, else fine.

Accompanied by an 8.5” x 11” Certificate of Authenticity signed “David North,” stating: “My mother, Helen Weaver North was General Dwight D. Eisenhower’s personal secretary at NATO Headquarters in Paris from 1951 and his secretary at the White House from 1953-1957. This is to certify that the Eisenhower cork bottle stopper pictured below was given by President Eisenhower to my mother.”

Chief Yeoman Helen E. Weaver was General Dwight D. Eisenhower’s personal secretary at NATO Headquarters in Paris from 1951 and his secretary at the White House from 1953-1957. According to William J. Hopkins, Executive Clerk of the White House Office (1931-1971), in a 1993 interview with Paul K. Carr published in Carr’s philographic study “The Eisenhower Files” (Mattituck, NY: Amereon House, 1997), Helen Weaver was one of two secretaries who signed President Eisenhower’s name to letters (Ann Whitman was the other).
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