Fourteen years after the attack on the
World Trade Center, C. Forbes, Inc. has designed the 2015 9-11
Memorial Museum Commemorative Coin featuring the Survivor Tree.

The “Survivor Tree”, as it has come to be known, is a
Callery Pear tree that was discovered in the rubble of Ground Zero after the
attack on 9-11. Although severely damaged, the tree was brought back to health
and now stands proudly on the Memorial Plaza as a symbol of strength and

As we continue to commemorate the lives lost and affected on
September 11, 2001, the 2015 9-11 Commemorative Coin features an image of Callery
Pear tree blossoms with the words “Honor and Remember”. The reverse side shows
an image of the Survivor Tree as it stands today on the Memorial Plaza,
accompanied by the phrase “Bearing Witness to Renewal and Shared Strength”.

C. Forbes, Inc. is proud to continue its partnership with
the 9/11 Memorial Museum which serves as the country’s
principal institution concerned with exploring the implications of the events
of 9-11. The Museum displays artifacts associated with 9-11 and explores the
continued significance of the attack while presenting stories of loss and recovery. 

In addition to the 2015 9-11 Commemorative Coin, C. Forbes,
Inc. has designed additional custom items, including the Trident Collector Lapel Pin,
which commemorates the architectural design of the Twin Towers; the official 9-11
“United in Memory” commemorative medallion, challenge coin and lapel pin, which
are part of the Museum’s permanent collection; and donated custom lapel pins
for the annual 9-11 Memorial 5K Run/Walk.

Many of the items are available at the 9-11 Memorial Museum
Gift shop. For more information, please visit:  For more information on our products and services, please contact us.

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