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The Department of State submits the following comprehensive listing of the statements which, as required by law, Federal employees filed with their employing agencies during calendar year 2000 concerning gifts received from foreign government sources. The compilation includes reports of both tangible gifts and gifts of travel or travel expenses of more than minimal value, as defined by statute.

Publication of this listing in the Federal Register is required by section 7342(f) of Title 5, United States Code, as added by section 515 (a)(1) of the Foreign Relations Authorization Act, Fiscal Year 1978 (Public Law 95-105, August 17, 1977, 91 Stat. 865).

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Dated: January 15, 2001.

David Carpenter,

Acting Under Secretary for Management.

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Executive Office of the President—Report of Tangible Gifts

[Report of Travel or Expenses of Travel—2000]

Name and title of person accepting the gift on behalf of the U.S. GovernmentGift, date of acceptance on behalf of the U.S. Government, estimated value, and current disposition or locationIdentity of foreign donor and governmentCircumstances justifying acceptance
Appalachian Regional Commission
Jesse L. White, Jr.—Federal Co-ChairmanRecd—April 3-11, 2000; Est. Value—$10,410.00; Expended for airfare, hotel, and mealsAgriculture Department of Western Australia, AustraliaGuest speaker and panelist at a conference on rural economic development.
Commerce
J. Michael Rowe, Director, Center for Neutron ResearchRecd—April 18, 2000; Est. Value—$452.00; Expended for lodging and mealsInstitute of Nuclear Energy Research, Taipei, TaiwanTo participate in a review of a proposed new research reactor.
J. Michael Rowe, Director, Center for Neutron ResearchRecd—April 18, 2000; Est. Value—$868.00; Expended for lodging and mealsAustralian Nuclear Science and Technology Organization, Sydney, AustraliaTo participate in a review of solicitation and bidding for a new research reactor in Australia.
Willie E. May, Chief, Analytical Chemistry DivisionRecd—April 12, 2000; Est. Value—$676.00; Expended for lodging and airfareCentro de Investigacion en Ciencia Aplicada Y Technologia Avanzada del Instituto, Politecnico Nacional, Mexico City, MexicoTo speak at the First International Meeting on Metrology.
NASA
Anne Marie Chaka, SpouseAcademic fellowship stipened for spouse; Recd—January 1-March 1, 2000; Est. Value—$6000.00Fritz-Haber Institute, Max Planck Society, GermanyMax Planck Fellowship arranged for spouse through her employer, The Lubrizol Corporation.
Anne Marie Chaka, SpouseExpended for airfare, hotel and meals for spouse; Recd—July 4, 2000; Est. Value—$900.00University of Padua, ItalySpouse presented invited seminar on surface physics.
Anne Marie Chaka, SpouseExpended for airfare, hotel and meals for spouse; Recd—January 1-July 7, 2000; Est. Value—$1500.00CECAM (European Science Foundation)Spouse presented invited seminar on surface physics in Lyons, France.
Michelle Hawes, SpouseExpended for airfare for spouse; Recd—October 31, 2000; Est. Value—$449.68Russian Aviation and Space AgencyCommercial flights from Moscow to Baikonur unavailable. Russian Agency provided transportation.
U.S. House of Representatives
Jennifer J. Bottegal, Rep. CramerFood, lodging and transportation in Moscow; Recd—April 15-22, 2000; Est. Value—$not submittedRussiaAuthorized by 5 U.S.C. 7342(c)(1)(B)(ii).
David McIntosh, Member of CongressFood, lodging and travel within State of Israel; Recd—January 6-14, 2000; Est. Value—$not submittedThe State of IsraelAuthorized by 5 U.S.C. 7342(c)(1)(B)(ii).
M. Douglass Bellis, Legislative CounselFood, lodging and ground transportation in Dublin, IrelandIrelandAuthorized by 5 U.S.C. 7342(c)(1)(B)(ii).
M. Douglass Bellis, Legislative CounselMeals and lodging and transportation in Moscow; Recd—April 15-22, 2000; Est. Value—$not submittedRussiaAuthorized by 5 U.S.C. 7342(c)(1)(B)(ii).
Mark Kirk, International Relations CommAir transportation from Amman to Petra, Jordan and back; Recd—April 2, 1999; Est. Value—$not submittedHashemite Kingdom of JordanAuthorized by 5 U.S.C. 7342(c)(1)(B)(ii).
John Steele, Rep. McIntoshFood, lodging and travel within State of Israel; Recd—January 6-14, 2000; Est. Value—$not submittedThe State of IsraelAuthorized by 5 U.S.C. 7342(c)(1)(B)(ii).
Ethan Cooper, Rep. Curt WeldonFood, lodging and transportation in Moscow; Recd—April 15-22, 2000RussiaAuthorized by 5 U.S.C. 7342(c)(1)(B)(ii).
U.S. Senate
Diana Enzi, spouse of Senator EnziTransportation with Slovenia via helicopter to participate in official fact-finding events; Recd—May 31, 2000; Est. Value—$not submittedGovernment of Republic of SloveniaNon-acceptance would cause host government embarrassment.
Brian McKeon, Minority Counsel Foreign Relations CommitteeTransportation from Bogota to bases in Southern Colombia and return to Bogota via National Police aircraft, including lunch; Recd—March 14, 2000; Est. Value—$not submittedGovernment of ColombiaOfficial travel to review U.S.-Colombian counter-narcotics programs. Commercial transportation not available.
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Marcia Lee, Professional Staff, Foreign Relations CommitteeTransportation from Bogota to Cartagena and return; Recd—April 19-20, 2000; Est. Value—$not submittedGovernment of ColombiaInvited by President to accompany him on the flight to Cartagena. No commercial flight available on return to Bogota.
Brian McKeon, Minority Counsel Foreign Relations CommitteeTransportation from Bogota to Cartagena and return; Recd—April 19-20, 2000; Est. Value—$not submittedGovernment of ColombiaInvited by President to accompany him on the flight to Cartagena. No commercial flight available on return to Bogota.
Henry (Bob) Nickel, Secretary of NATO PA Delegation, Office of Senator RothTransportation within Slovenia via helicopter to participate in official fact-finding events; Recd—May 31, 2000; Est. Value—$not submittedGovernment of Republic of SloveniaNon-acceptance would cause host government embarrassment.
William V. Roth, Jr., U.S. SenatorTransportation within Australia via bus, including some meals; Recd—January 6-14, 2000; Est. Value—$not submittedGovernment of AustraliaOfficial travel to participate in Asia Pacific Parliamentary Forum.
Harry Reid, U.S. SenatorTransportation within Egypt via small aircraft, including meals; Recd—January 16, 2000; Est. Value—$not submittedArab Republic of EgyptNon-acceptance would cause host government embarrassment.
Landra Reid, Spouse of Senator ReidTransportation within Egypt via small aircraft, including meals; Recd—January 16, 2000; Est. Value—$not submittedArab Republic of EgyptNon-acceptance would cause host government embarrassment.
Ranit Schmelzer, Press Secretary to Democratic LeaderTransportation within Egypt via small aircraft, including meals; Recd—January 16, 2000; Est. Value—$not submittedArab Republic of EgyptNon-acceptance would cause host government embarrassment.
George V. Voinovich, U.S. SenatorTransportation within Slovenia via helicopter to participate in official fact-finding events; Recd—May 31, 2000; Est. Value—$not submittedGovernment of Republic of SloveniaNon-acceptance would cause host government embarrassment.
Janet Voinovich, spouse of Senator VoinovichTransportation within Slovenia via helicopter to participate in official fact-finding events; Recd—May 31, 2000; Est. Value—$not submittedGovernment of Republic of SloveniaNon-acceptance would cause host government embarrassment.
Sally Walsh, Director, Interparliamentary ServicesTransportation within Egypt via small aircraft, including meals; Recd—January 16, 2000; Est. Value—$not submittedArab Republic of EgyptNon-acceptance would cause host government embarrassment.
Marcia Lee, Professional Staff, Foreign Relations CommitteeTransportation from Bogota to bases in Southern Colombia and return to Bogota via National Police aircraft, including lunch; Recd—March 14, 2000; Est Value—$not submittedGovernment of ColombiaOfficial travel to review U.S.-Colombian counter-narcotics programs. Commercial transportation not available.
Charles E. Grassley, U.S. SenatorTransportation within Slovenia via helicopter to participate in official fact-finding events; Recd—May 31, 2000; Est. Value—$not submittedGovernment of Republic of SloveniaNon-acceptance would cause host government embarrassment.
Daniel Bob, Special Assistant Asian and Pacific Affairs, Senator RothTransportation within Australia via bus, including some meals; Recd—January 6-14, 2000; Est. Value—$not submittedGovernment of AustraliaOfficial travel to participate in Asia Pacific Parliamentary Forum.
Mike Enzi, U.S. SenatorTransportation within Slovenia via helicopter to participate in official fact-finding events; Recd—May 31, 2000; Est. Value—$not submittedGovernment of Republic of SloveniaNon-acceptance would cause host government embarrassment.
Kolan Davis, Chief Counsel and Legislative Director, Senator GrassleyTransportation within Slovenia via helicopter to participate in official fact-finding events; Recd—May 31, 2000; Est. Value—$not submittedGovernment of Republic of SloveniaNon-acceptance would cause host government embarrassment.
Christopher J. Dodd, U.S. SenatorTransportation within Egypt via small aircraft, including meals; Recd—January 16, 2000; Est. Value—$not submittedArab Republic of EgyptNon-acceptance would cause host government embarrassment.
Randy DeValk, Legislative Assistant to Democratic LeaderTransportation within Egypt via small aircraft, including meals; Recd—January 16, 2000; Est. Value—$not submittedArab Republic of EgyptNon-acceptance would cause host government embarrassment.
Linda Daschle, spouse of Senator DaschleTransportation within Egypt via small aircraft, including meals; Recd—January 16, 2000; Est. Value—$not submittedArab Republic of EgyptNon-acceptance would cause host government embarrassment.
Julia Hart, Professional Staff, Office of Interparliamentary ServiceTransportation within Slovenia via helicopter to participate in official fact-finding events; Recd—May 31, 2000; Est. Value—$not submittedGovernment of Republic of SloveniaNon-acceptance would cause host government embarrassment.
Tom Daschle, U.S. SenatorTransportation within Egypt via small aircraft, including meals; Recd—January 16, 2000; Est. Value—$not submittedArab Republic of EgyptNon-acceptance would cause host government embarrassment.
Jackie Clegg, spouse of Senator DoddTransportation within Egypt via small aircraft including meals; Recd—January 16, 2000; Est. Value—$not submittedArab Republic of EgyptNon acceptance would cause host government embarrassment.
Ian Brzezinksi, Professional Staff, Foreign Relations CommitteeTransportation within Slovenia via helicopter to participate in official fact-finding events; Recd—May 31, 2000;Government of Republic of SloveniaNon-acceptance would cause host government embarrassment.
Daniel K. Akaka, U.S. SenatorTransportation within Egypt, including meals during official travel; Recd—January 16, 2000; East Value—$not submittedArab Republic of EgyptNon-acceptance would cause host government embarrassment.
Millie Akaka, spouse of Senator AkakaTransportation within Egypt including meals during official travel; Recd—January 16, 2000; Est. Value—$not submittedArab Republic of EgyptNon acceptance would cause host government embarrassment.
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Joseph R. Biden, Jr., U.S. Senator.Lodging at Presidential Guest House; accompanied President on aircraft from Bogota to Catagena and on round trip to a Colombian national park; transportation from Cartagena to Port of Spain, Trinidad; Recd—April 19-21; Est. Value—$not submittedGovernment of Republic of ColombiaOfficial travel to review U.S.-Colombian counter-narcotics programs. The military transport that had been authorized for Trinidad trip developed mechanical problems and U.S. government plane not available.
Barbara Grassley, spouse of Senator GrassleyTransportation within Slovenia via helicopter to participate in official fact-finding events; Recd—May 31, 2000; Est. Value—$not submittedGovernment of Republic of SloveniaNon-acceptance would cause host government embarrasment.
Air Force
Col. Neil Kacena, U.S. Liaison Office, Doha, QatarSilver and gold rosewater decanter, incense burner, and coffee pot; Recd—July 1, 1994; Ext. Value—$1000.00; On official display at USLO in Doha, QatarQatari Assistant Chief of Staff for Operations and Training, Brigadier General Mohammed bin Fahd Al-ThaniNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Colonel Bruce Kerins, Chief, U.S. Liaison Office, Doha, QatarInscribed and encased gold Arabic coffee pot and cup; Recd—July 3, 2000; Est. Value—$1000.00; On official display at USLO in Doha, QatarGeneral Headquarters Chief of Staff, Logistics, Qatari Armed ForcesNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Colonel Frederick R. Rauch II, Commander, 320th Air Expeditionary Group, Saudi ArabiaSword approx. 21/2″ long steel blade, small white plastic handle with gold ornamentation, in gold sheath; Recd—July 23, 2000; Est. Value—$400.00; Pending turn in to GSAH.R.H. Abdul Aziz Bin Fahad Bin Abdul Aziz Saud, son of the King of Saudi ArabiaNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
General Merrill McPeak, Former Chief of Staff, USAFDiamond and platinum necklace, 4 platinum stars with diamond insets, Approx. 1/2 carat, on 18-inch platinum and silver box chain; Recd—December 22, 1994; Est. Value—$8000.00; Turned into GSA on September 28, 2000Republic of KoreaNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
General Michael E. Ryan, Chief of Staff, USAF, Washington, D.CBreitling emergency watch, serial #1476; Recd—December 29, 1999; Est. Value—$4000.00; Turned in to GSA on March 24, 2000Lieutenant General Carrel, Swiss Air Force Chief of StaffNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
General Michael E. Ryan, Chief of Staff, USAF, Washington, D.CBreitling professional aerospace watch, serial #17090; Recd—October 19, 2000; Est. Value—$3300.00; Pending turn in to GSABrigadier General Khalid, Air Chief for the United Arab EmiratesNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
General Michael E. Ryan, Chief of Staff, USAF, Washington, D.CSilver horse and carriage figurine; Recd—August 25, 2000; Est. Value—$250.00; On official display at Air House, CSAF's residenceVice Air Marshall Jamal Uddin Ahmed, Air Chief, BangladeshNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
General Michael E. Ryan, Chief of Staff, USAF, Washington, D.CLladro aviator statute; Recd—June 26, 2000; Est. Value—$595.00; On official display at Air House, CSAF's residenceGeneral Juan Antonio Lombo Lopez, Air Chief, SpainNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
General Michael E. Ryan, Chief of Staff, USAF, Washington, D.COriental rug, 3′ × 5′; Recd—February 4, 2000; Est. Value—$300.00; On official display at Air House, CSAF's residenceGeneral Tantawi, Chief of Defense, EgyptNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
General Michael E. Ryan, Chief of Staff, USAF, Washington, D.CSamurai sword with stand and helmet; Recd—March 28, 2000; Est. Value—$325.00; On official display at Air House, CSAF's residenceMajor General Kunio Orita, 6th Air Wing Commander, Japanese Air Self Defense ForceNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
General Michael E. Ryan, Chief of Staff, USAF, Washington, D.CBreitling emergency watch, serial #3115; Recd—December 28, 1999; Est. Value—$4000.00; Turned in to GSA on March 24, 2000General Fornasiero, Italian Air Force Chief of StaffNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
General Michael E. Ryan, Chief of Staff, USAF, Washington, D.CMen's coach watch, serial #W5165019039; Recd—December 21, 2000; Est. Value—$405.00; Turned in to GSA on March 24, 2000Brigadier General Yousel Al-Otabi, Kuwait Air Force Chief of StaffNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
General Michael E. Ryan, Chief of Staff, USAF, Washington, D.C24-inch gold chain; Recd—November 11, 2000, Est. Value—$775.00; Turned in to GSA on March 24, 2000General Tantawi, Chief Egyptian Defense 5 U.S.C. 7342(f)(4)Non-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
General Michael E. Ryan, Chief of Staff, USAF, Washington, D.C71/2 inch gold scarab bracelet; Recd—November 11, 2000; Est. Value—$375.00; Turned in to GSA on March 24, 2000General Hattata, Egyptian MOD, Chief of StaffNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
General Michael E. Ryan, Chief of Staff, USAF, Washington, D.C6-inch gold key chain with cartouche of General Ryan; Recd—November 11, 1999; Est. Value—$850.00; Turned in to GSA on March 24, 2000General El Karaldy, Abu Suwayr Air Base, EgyptNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
General Michael E. Ryan, Chief of Staff, USAF, Washington, D.COriental rug, 3′ × 5′; Recd—November 30, 1999; Est. Value—$300.00; On official display at Air House, CSAF's residenceGeneral Tantawi, Chief of Defense, EgyptNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
General Michael E. Ryan, Chief of Staff, USAF, Washington, D.C41/2 inch gold key chain in Queen Nephertiti bust; Recd—November 11, 1999; Turned in to GSA on March 24, 2000General Hammamm, Egyptian Southern Air Force CommanderNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
General Michael E. Ryan, Chief of Staff, USAF, Washington, D.CLadies Fendi wristwatch, serial #770L001-359; Recd—December 21, 1999; Turned in to GSA on March 24, 2000Brigadier General Yousel Al-Otabi, Kuwait Airforce Chief of StaffNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Lt. Col. Melinda M. Edwards, Branch Chief, Arabian Gulf Political Military Division, Directorate of PlansOil Painting (village scene in Bangladesh—24″ × 40″) Recd—March 24, 2000; Est. Value—$450.00; Approved for official usePrince Turki Bin Nasser, Saudi ArabiaNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
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General Charles F. Wald, Commander, U.S. Central Command Air ForceBrietling men's aerospace watch, model E65062, serial #11694; Recd—May 10, 2000; Est. Value—$1800.00; On official display at HQ USCENTAF, Shaw Air Force Base, South CarolinaBrigadier Staff Pilot Khalid Abdullah Mubarak Al Buainnain Al Mazroue, Commander United Arab Emirates Air Force and Air DefenseNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Mrs. Michael E. Ryan, wife of Chief of Staff, USAF, Washington, D.CSolid silver purse; Recd—August 25, 2000; Est. Value—$350.00; On official display at Air House, CSAF's residenceVice Air Marshall Jamal Uddin Ahmed, Air Chief, BangladeshNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Mrs. Michael E. Ryan, wife of Chief of Staff, USAF, Washington, D.C18K gold necklace; Recd—October 10, 2000; Est. Value—$300.00; Pending turn in to GSALt. General Litzerakos, Air Chief for GreeceNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. Sheila Widnall, former SECAFPersian rug, 6′ 71/2″ × 4′5″ Recd—September 15, 1996; Est. Value—$800.00; Turned in to GSA on June 29, 2000Colonel Sultan Bin Harhan Al-Milhim, Saudi ArabiaNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Vice Admiral Douglas Katz, U.S. Liaison Office, Doha, QatarGold sword in case, inscribed; Recd—July 1, 1994; Est. Value—$500.00; On official display at USLO in Doha, QatarQatari Assistant Chief of Staff for Operations and Training, Brigadier General Mohammed bin Fahd Al-ThaniNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Central Intelligence Agency
An Agency Employee18kt yellow gold flat chain link necklace and matching bracelet, modern (2 dwt); Recd—June 10, 1999; Est. Value—$300.00; To be retained for official display5 U.S.C. 7342(f)(4)Non-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
George J. Tenet, DirectorGeorgian School, 20th Century Three Wise Men with Mary, Christ Child and Joseph in an arched interior, signed and dated 1943 in reverse oil on canvas (193/4 × 311/2 inches); Recd—March 27, 2000; Est. Value—$300.00; To be retained for official display5 U.S.C. 7342(f)(4)Non-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
George J. Tenet, DirectorMother-of-pearl and black mother-of-pearl diorama of The Last Supper and a nativity scene, modern, architectural form with arched pediment applied Bethlehem/Gloria, above and inset panel depicting the nativity scene within the date 2000 (18×20×4); Recd—June 22, 2000; Est. Value—$500.00; To be retained for official display5 U.S.C. 7342(f)(4)Non-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
George J. Tenet, DirectorYellow gold mesh bracelet and pair of tassel pierced earrings, modern; Recd—December 7, 2000; Est. Value—$300.00; To be retained for official display5 U.S.C. 7342(f)(4)Non-acceptance would have caused ambarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
George J. Tenet, DirectorSwiss 18kt yellow good tank-type man's wristwatch, retailed by Cartier, with date, minute and stop watch subsidiaries, No. C147722, with brown alligator style band; Recd—March 28, 2000; Est. Value—$300.00; To be retained for official display5USC 7342(f)(4)Non-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
George J. Tenet, DirectorNeculai Paduraru (b. 1946) Women kneeling at an arched minor (20 × 133/4); Recd—August 16, 2000; Est. Value—$300.00; To be retained for official display5USC 7342 (f)(4)Non-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
George J. Tenet, DirectorMother-of-pearl and black mother-of-pearl diorama of The Last Supper and a nativity scene, modern, architectural form with arched cornice applied Bethlehem, above The Last Supper and an inset panel depicting the nativity scene within the year 2000 (131/2 × 161/4 × 31/4); Recd—June 15, 2000; Est. Value—$300.00; To be retained for official display5USC 7342 (f)(4)Non-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
George J. Tenet, Director18kt. Yellow gold and turquoise two-piece ensemble, modern, designed by Imseeh, consisting of: a necklace with five Arabic inscription rectangular panels alternating with oval cabochon turquoise attached with chains; together with a pair of clip pierced earrings in a fitted blue simulated alligator case; Recd—May 25, 2000; Est. Value—$500.00; To be retained for official display5USC 7342 (f)(4)Non acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
George J. Tenet, DirectorMother-of-pearl and black mother-of-pearl diorama of the Last Supper and the nativity scene, modern, architecturally formed as a city wall with the date 2000 and parquetry inlaid Bethlehem (22 × 3/12); Recd—April 20, 2000; Est. Value—$500.00; To be retained for official display5USC 7342 (f)(4)Non-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
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George J. Tenet, DirectorKazakistan rug. 10 feet 3 inches by 6 feet 6 inches, modern, red ground with a vertical row of star medallions on blue to salmon ground, rosette and diamond guard border on red ground; Recd—March 29, 2000; Est. Value—$500.00; To be retained for official display5USC 7342 (f)(4)Non-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
George J. Tenet, DirectorSterling flat 24-piece table service, modern, pattern similar to Old English Thread pattern, consisting of: 6 place knives; six place forks; six tablespoons, six teaspoons (each marked 925K); Recd—March 30, 2000; Est. Value—$300.00; To be retained for official display5USC 7342 (f)(4)Non-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
George J. Tenet, DirectorGold and Silver inlaid iron-mounted brown leather sheath kindjal with a bond handle, modern, in a fitted fruit-wood wine red velvet lined case; Recd—March 27, 2000; Est. Value—$300.00; To be retained for official display5USC 7342 (f)(4)Non-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
George J. Tenet, DirectorSet of five Italian silver medallions depicting various architectural scenes in Rome, modern, each marked 925 with star 124ML, in a red cloth mounted red velvet lined fitted box (23/8″-3 oz.); Recd—March 31, 2000; Est. Value—$300.00; To be retained for official display5USC 7342 (f)(4)Non acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
George J. Tenet, DirectorIcon of St. George slaying the Dragon, modern, termpera on panel with a partial gift and embossed sliver oclad, fitted in a gift wood frame (8 × 7); Red—August 15, 2000; Est. Value—$300.00; To be retained for official display5USC 7342 (f)(4)Non-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
George J. Tenet, DirectorFiligree silver and oval polished agate mounted sheath dagger, modern (24″ long); Reced—April 3, 2000; Est. Value—$300.00; To be retained for official display5USC 7342 (f)(4)Non-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Commerce
T.H. William M. Daley, SecretaryOil Painting (village scene in Bangladesh—24″ × 40″) Recd—March 24, 2000; Est. Value—$450.00; Approved for official useH.E. Abdul Jalil, Minister of Commerce of Bangladesh/DhakaNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Defense
Alina L. Romanowski, DASD, Near Eastern and South Asian Affairs, ISAGold engraved bracelet; Recd—November 19, 2000; Est. Value—$725.00; OSD/WHS/Gift VaultField Marshall Hussein Tantawy, CINC Egyptian Armed ForcesNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Colonel Michael W. Callan, USAF Military Assistant to ASD/ISA4′8″ Camel Rug; Recd—November 22, 2000; Est. Value—$290.00; OSD/WHS/Gift VaultEgyptian Field Marshall Hussein Tantawy, Commander in Chief of the Armed ForcesNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
General Henry H. Shelton, Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff3″ × 5′, hand woven area rug; Recd—February 14, 2000; Est. Value—$1,000.00; Official display/OJCSLt. General Hatata, Egyptian Chief of DefenseNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
General Henry H. Shelton, Chairman Joint Chiefs of StaffDecorative sword w/inlaid wood; Recd—June 30, 2000, Est. Value—$300.00; Official display/OJCSGeneral-Colonel Safar A. Abiyev. Minister of Defense, Republic of AzerbaijanNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
General Henry H. Shelton, Chairman Joint Chiefs of StaffAntique Drachmas; Recd—November 30, 2000; Est. Value—$270.00; Official Display/OJCSGeneral Manoussos Paragioudakis, Chief Hellenic National DefenseNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
General Henry H. Shelton, Chairman Joint Chiefs of StaffSword; Recd—April 5, 2000; Est. Value—$290.00; Official Display/OJCSField Marshall Ali Abdallah Salih, YemenNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
General Henry H. Shelton, Chairman Joint Chiefs of StaffGold bracelet w/jewels; Recd—June 15, 2000; Est. Value—$720.00; Official display/OJCSGeneral Arpino, Italian Chief of DefenseNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
General Henry H. Shelton, Chairman Joint Chiefs of StaffChess Set; Recd—March 21, 2000; Est. Value—$325.00; Reported to GSA for purchaseGeneral Dem Enrique Cervantes Aquirre, Secretary of DefenseNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
General Myers, Vice Chairman Joint Chiefs of StaffLeather briefcase, burgundy; Recd—August 1, 2000; Est. Value—$270.00; OSD/WHS/Gift VaultLTG Albanese, ArgentinaNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Mrs. Carolyn Shelton, Spouse of Henry H. Shelton, Chairman Joint Chiefs of StaffGold and diamond necklace; Recd—April 18, 2000; Est. Value—$1360.00; Reported to GSA for purchaseLt. General Hatata, Egyptian Chief of DefenseNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Mrs. Carolyn Shelton, Spouse of Henry H. Shelton, Chairman Joint Chiefs of StaffGold and diamond necklace; Recd—February 14, 2000; Est. Value—$1380.00; Official display/OJCSLt. General Hatata, Egyptian Chief of DefenseNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Mrs. Carolyn Shelton, Spouse of Henry H. Shelton, Chairman Joint Chiefs of StaffGold necklace and matching bracelet; Recd—September 14, 2000; Est. Value—$410.00; Official display/OJCSMrs. Tatyara Pirtskailiashvili, Spouse of the Georgian Chief of General StaffNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
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T.H. William S. Cohen, SecretarySilk carpet, 5′3″ × 4′, gold w/mosaic design; Recd—Unknown; Est. Value—$1000.00; OSD/WHS/Gift VaultUnknownNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. William S. Cohen, SecretaryPainting of man and women outdoor scene; Recd—Unknown; Est. Value—$310.00; OSD/WHS/Gift VaultUnknownNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. William S. Cohen, SecretarySilver Candelabrum, 24″ × 25″ tall; Recd—Unknown; Est. Value—$290.00; OSD/WHS/Gift VaultUnknownNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. William S. Cohen, SecretaryGold and silver 18″ necklace w/L shaped diamond designs; in black felt case; Recd—November 21, 2000; Est. Value—$890.00; OSD/WHS/Gift VaultField Marshall Hussein Tantawy, CINC, Minister of Defense and Military ProductionNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. William S. Cohen, SecretaryTea Set, eight piece; Recd—Unknown; Est. Value—$275.00; OSD/WHS/Gift VaultUnknownNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. William S. Cohen, SecretaryChess Set; Recd—Unknown; Est. Value—$420.00; OSD/WHS/Gift VaultPossibly Middle Eastern, no individual indicatedNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. William S. Cohen, SecretaryCommemorative Gold Coin 200gms; Recd—April 10, 2000; Est. Value—$360.00; OSD/WHS/Gift VaultUnknownNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. William S. Cohen, SecretarySilk Carpet, 5.5″ × 4.5′, gray and red colors; Recd—Unknown; Est. Value—$1000.00; OSD/WHS/Gift VaultField Marshall Hussein Tantawy, CINC of the Armed Forces, Minister of Defense and Military ProductionNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. William S. Cohen, SecretaryBronze incense burner; Recd—Unknown; Est. Value—$270.00; OSD/WHS/Gift VaultChun Yong-teak, Minister of National Defense, Republic of Korea, Korean National Treasure Number 287Non-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. William S. Cohen, SecretaryDouble bladed knife, silver and gold; Recd—Unknown; Est. Value—$300.00; OSD/WHS/Gift VaultSaudi ArabiaNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. William S. Cohen, Secretary2.5″ diameter gold medallionUnknownNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. William S. Cohen, Secretary2.5″ diameter gold medallionUnknownNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. William S. Cohen, SecretaryCrystal Set (gun, mallet, and dagger); Recd—In 1997; Est. Value—$360.00; OSD/WHS/Gift UnitUnknownNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. William S. Cohen, SecretaryPorcelain and silver seven piece tea set with 12.5″ tea pot with leather handle and six cups; Recd—November 20, 2000; Est. Value—$380.00; OSD/WHS/Gift VaultAmir of Kuwait, Jaber Al-Ahmed Al SabahNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. William S. Cohen, SecretaryRound wood plaque w/brass relief of the Islands of Bahrain w/pearls representing cities; Recd—November 16, 2000; Est. Value—$830.00; OSD/WHS/Gift VaultCrown Prince H.H. Shaikh Salman bin Hammad Al Khalifa and Prime Minister H.H. Shaikh Khalifa bin Salman Al KhalifaNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. William S. Cohen, SecretaryTwo 7.5″ gold bracelets; Recd—November 21, 2000; Est. Value—$475.00 and $465.00; OSD/WHS/Gift VaultField Marshall Hussein Tantawy, CINC, Minister of Defense and Military ProductionNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. William S. Cohen, SecretarySaudi automatic weapon in brown case w/two clips, green shoulder strap, and one box of ammo; Recd—November 20, 2000; Est. Value—$700.00; OSD/WHS/Gift VaultSultan, bin Abd al-Aziz Al Saud, Minister of DefenseNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. William S. Cohen, SecretaryGold and Jeweled Earrings; Recd—March 13, 2000; Est. Value—$1875.00; OSD/WHS/Gift VaultMohamed VI, Kingdom of MoroccoNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. William S. Cohen, SecretaryGold Sword, approx. 35″ long; Recd—Unknown; Est. Value—$300.00; OSD/WHS/Gift VaultColonel General Abiyev Safar Ahundbala, Oglu, Minister of Defense of the Azerbaijan RepublicNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. William S. Cohen, SecretaryIdentical gold and silver coins w/one side engraved on each side; Recd—November 20, 2000; Est. Value—$380.00; OSD/WHS/Gift VaultQABOOS, bin Said Al Said, Sultan of OmanNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. William S. Cohen, SecretaryGold cufflinks, tie tack, and key chain with Bill written in hiroglyphics; Recd—November 21, 2000; Est. Value—$650.00; OSD/WHS/Gift VaultField Marshall Hussein Tantawy, CINC, Minister of Defense and Military ProductionNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. William S. Cohen, Secretary2.5″ diameter gold medallion; Recd—Unknown; Est. Value—$1875.00; Reported to GSA, December 18, 2000; pending transfer to GSAUnknownNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. William S. Cohen, SecretaryLarge display plate (pottery) w/stand; Recd—September 12, 2000; Est. Value—$300.00; OSD/WHS/Gift VaultThe Honorable Kazuo Torashima, Director General, Japanese Defense AgencyNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. William S. Cohen, SecretaryTwelve piece set of medallions s/designs; Recd—Unknown; Est. Value—$2800.00; Approved for Official DisplayUnknownNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
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T.H. William S. Cohen, Secretary.75″ diameter gold coin; Recd—Unknown; Est. Value—$325.00; Approved for official displayUnknownNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. William S. Cohen, SecretaryGold coin 1\2/3\″ × 1/8″ w/eagle wearing a crown; dated 1493-1993 Recd—Unknown; Est. Value—$1140.00; Approved of official displayUnknownNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. William S. Cohen, Secretary52″ × 45″ brown wood frame with picture formed from miniature, square marble tiles, picture is of Greek God Neptune; Recd—Unknown; Est. Value—$1600.00; OSD/WHS/Gift VaultUnknownNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. William S. Cohen, SecretaryOrpheus Music Box in cherry wood box; Recd—September 15, 2000; Est. Value—$450.00; OSD/WHS/Gift VaultHis Excellency Kazuo Torashima, Director General, Defense, Defense Agency, JapanNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. William S. Cohen, SecretaryLarge Tiger Eye Box; Recd—September 15, 2000; Est. Value—$330.00; OSD/WHS/Gift VaultPresident Josheph Estrada, President of the Republic of the Philippines; Recd—September 15, 2000; Est. Value—$330.00; OSD/WHS/Gift VaultNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. William S. Cohen, SecretaryLarge double matted and framed depiction of Southern Europe; Recd—October 8, 2000; Est. Value—$465.00; OSD/WHS/Gift VaultThe Southeastern EURO Defense Ministerial (5th SEDM)Non-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. William S. Cohen, SecretaryTwo silver tea pots, 9″ tall with handles w/6/5″ tall sugar container and 4/75″ tall creamer; Recd—Unknown; Est. Value—$270.00; OSD/WHS/Gift VaultField Marshall Hussein Tantawy, Minister of Defense of the Arab Republic of EgyptNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. William S. Cohen, Secretary2.5″ diameter gold medallion; Recd—Unknown; Est. Value—$1875.00; Reported to GSA, December 18, 2000; pending transfer to GSAUnknownNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. William S. Cohen, SecretaryA 9′ × 14′ rug; Recd—October 7, 2000; Est. Value—$730.00; OSD/WHS/Gift VaultHis Excellency Mohamed Jegham, Minister of Defense, Republic of TunisiaNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. William S. Cohen, Secretary2.5″ diameter gold medallion; Recd—Unknown; Est. Value—$1875.00; Reported to GSA, December 18, 2000; pending transfer to GSAUnknownNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. William S. Cohen, Secretary2.5″ diameter gold medallion; Recd-Unknown; Est. value-$1875.00; Reported to GSA, December 18, 2000; pending transfer to GSAUnknownNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. William S. Cohen, Secretary2.5″ diameter gold medallion; Recd-Unknown; Est. value-$1875.00; Reported to GSA, December 18, 2000; pending transfer to GSAUnknownNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. William S. Cohen, Secretary2.5″ diameter gold medallion; Recd-Unknown; Est. value-$1875.00; Reported to GSA, December 18, 2000; pending transfer to GSAUnknownNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. William S. Cohen, Secretary37″ × 1.5″ swprd w/silver blade and Arabic Design; Recd-Unknown; Est. Value-$270.00; OSD/WHS/Gift VaultUnknownNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. William S. Cohen, SecretaryBox containing 10 cans of caviar, two bottles of brandy, two bottles of champagne and two bottles of wine; Recd-Unknown; Est. Value-$390.00; OSD/WHS/Gift VaultHeydar Allyev, President of the Republic of AzerbaijanNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. William S. Cohen, SecretaryGold Scarab Bracelet; Recd-April 3, 2000; Est. Value-$900.00; OSD/WHS/Gift VaultField Marshall Hussein Tantawy, Minister of Defense of EgyptNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. William S. Cohen, SecretarySet of four gold items, pitcher w/lid fragrance holder, serving tray and incense burner; Recd-Unknown; Est. Value-$650.00; OSD/WHS/Gift VaultShaikh Jassem Bin Hamad, QatarNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. William S. Cohen, SecretaryBlack Pierre Cardin brief case, one silver Bvlgar watch, four containers of fragrance shaped of wooden chests, one black dishdask-long shirt, one traditional Arab headdress, one robe w/gold trim; Recd-November 20, 2000; Est. Value-$1970.00; OSD/WHS/Gift VaultDeputy Prime Minister and Minister of Defense, Salem S. Al-SabahNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. William S. Cohen, Secretary2.5″ Diameter gold medallion; Recd-Unknown; Est. Value-$1875.00; Reported to GSA, December 18, 2000; pending transfer to GSAUnknownNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. William S. Cohen, SecretaryBlack automatic assault rifle 19″ long; Recd-Unknown; Est. Value-$375.00; OSD/WHS/Gift VaultUnknownNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. William S. Cohen, SecretaryBronze and copper statuette of an eagle or Falcon, head covered with gold mask; Recd-Unknown; Est. Value-$750.00; OSD/WHS/Gift VaultUnknownNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. William S. Cohen, SecretaryTwelve silver chalices and one silver bowl; Recd-November 21, 2000; Est. Value-$840.00; OSD/WHS/Gift VaultField Marshall Hussein Tantawy, CINC, Minister of Defense and Military ProductionNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. William S. Cohen, Secretary16.25″ long dagger (9.25″ blade); Recd-Unknown; Est. Value-$290.00; OSD/WHS/Gift VaultUnknownNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
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T.H. William S. Cohen, SecretaryPlaque of copper engraving of Mary holding Jesus; Recd-Unknown; Est. Value-$360.00; OSD/WHS/Gift VaultLieutenant General D. Tevzadze, Minister of Defense, Georgia (Russia)Non-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. William S. Cohen, SecretaryOil on canvas painting “Oil Rocks” by Mir Ismayil Jafarov, 1998; Recd-April 1999; Est. Value-$325.00; OSD/WHS/Gift VaultPresident of the Republic of Azerbaijan, Heydar AliyevNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. William S. Cohen, Secretary46″ long rifle w/13″ scope brown leather straps attached in brown leather case; Recd-February 1999; Est. Value-$290.00; Reported to GSA for purchaseJoe Modise, Minister of Defense of the R.S.ANon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. William S. Cohen, Secretary24″ × 25″ White Silver Horse w/red slash; Recd-Unknown; Est. Value-$1100.00; OSD/WHS/Gift VaultZayed Bin Sultan Al Nahayan, President of the United Arab EmiratesNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. William S. Cohen, SecretaryAqua vase w/blue, brown, and beige colors; Recd-Unknown; Est. Value-$360.00; OSD/WHS/Gift VaultUnknownNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. William S. Cohen, Secretary24″ × 53″ ceramic vase, green designs; Recd—Unknown; Est. Value—$300.00; OSD/WHS/Gift VaultUnknownNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. William S. Cohen, SecretaryWhite Simpson motorcycle helmet; Recd—Unknown; Est. Value—$300.00; OSD/WHS/Gift VaultUnknownNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. William S. Cohen, SecretaryTwo statuettes, 15 h warrior and 13.5″ female from tribe; Recd—Unknown; Est. Value—$450.00; OSD/WHS/Gift VaultMinister of Defense, NigeriaNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. William S. Cohen, Secretary16.25″ diameter gold and silver platter; Recd—Unknown; Est. Value—$850.00; OSD/WHS/Gift VaultUnknownNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. William S. Cohen, SecretaryThree different decorated dress costumes in black and red silk and valvet; Recd—Unknown; Est. Value—$390.00; OSD/WHS/Gift ValueUnknownNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. William S. Cohen, SecretaryTwenty two piece gold and silver tea set; Recd—Unknown; Est. Value—$390.00; OSD/WHS/Gift VaultHeydar Aliyev, President of the Republic of AzerbaijanNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. William S. Cohen, Secretary40″ Automatic Rifle; Recd—Unknown; Est. Value—$490.00; OSD/WHS/Gift VaultKingdom of Saudi ArabiaNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. William S. Cohen, Secretary5′×4′ silk rug w/scene of the Last Super; Recd—Unknown; Est. Value—$3200.00; OSD/WHS/Gift VaultUnkownNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. William S. Cohen, Secretary11″×5.5″ wood container covered with a brown marble; Recd—Unknown; Est. Value—$440.00; OSD/WHS/Gift VaultJoseph Ejercito Estrada, President of the Republic of the PhilippinesNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. William S. Cohen, Secretary35″×48″ portrait of Sec. Cohen in a suit wearing a foreign sash, painted by Abdulla Almuharraqi, Bahrain; Recd—Unknown; Est. Value—$400.00; OSD/WHS/Gift VaultUnknownNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. William S. Cohen, Secretary37″ sword w/stainless steel curved blade; Recd—November 15, 1999; Est. Value—$450.00; OSD/WHS/Gift VaultMinister of Defense, Buenos AiresNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. William S. Cohen, SecretaryA red, white and blue nylon parachute in a 18″x13′ black canvas carrying bag; Recd—Unknown; Est. Value—$500.00; OSD/WHS/Gift VaultUnknownNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Lester B. Hazan ABAC, Hostage Rescue TeamSwarovski Optik SLC 10x20 Binoculars; Recd—August 4, 2000; Est. Value—$899.00; HRT SpaceChristopher Ulmer, Deputy Head of the Federal Minister's Office, Austrian Ministry of the InteriorNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Mrs Louis J. Freeh, wife of DirectorScarf, robe and rug; Recd—April 8, 2000; Est. Value—$35.00; On display in director's officeCol. Gen. Vladimir Borisovich Rushialo, Minister of Internal Affairs, Moscow, RussiaNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. Louis J. Freeh, DirectorSeven books from First Russian Technical University; Recd—September 15, 2000; Est. Value—$50.00; On display in director's officeCol. Gen. Vladimir Borisovich Rushialo, Minister of Internal Affairs, Moscow, RussiaNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. Louis J. Freeh, DirectorRed photo album; Recd—September 14, 2000; Est. Value—$5.00; On display in director's officeCol. Gen. Vladimir Borisovich Rushialo, Minister of Internal Affairs, Moscow, RussiaNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. Louis J. Freeh, DirectorHand held monocular in case; Recd—September 15, 2000; Est. Value—$20.00; On display in director's officeCol. Gen. Vladimir Borisovich Rushialo, Minister of Internal Affairs, Moscow, RussiaNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. Louis J. Freeh, DirectorPhoto in green frame; Recd—September 15, 2000; Est. Value—$1.00; On display in director's officeCol. Gen. Vladimir Borisovich Rushialo, Minister of Internal Affairs, Moscow, RussiaNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. Louis J. Freeh, DirectorBook—“St. Petersburg”; Recd—September 15, 2000; Est. Value—$3.00; On display in director's officeCol. Gen. Vladimir Borisovich Rushialo, Minister of Internal Affairs, Moscow, RussiaNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. Louis J. Freeh, DirectorCity Guide Book; Recd—September 15, 2000; Est. Value—$10.00; On display in director's officeCol. Gen. Vladimir Borisovich Rushialo, Minister of Internal Affairs, Moscow, RussiaNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
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T.H. Louis J. Freeh, DirectorBook—“Yeyshcknn”; Recd—September 14, 2000; Est. Value—$5.00; On display in director's officeCol. Gen. Vladimir Borisovich Rushialo, Minister of Internal Affairs, Moscow, RussiaNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. Louis J. Freeh, DirectorSmall photograph Album; Recd—September 14, 2000; Est. Value—$10.00; On display in director's officeCol. Gen. Vladimir Borisovich Rushialo, Minister of Internal Affairs, Moscow, RussiaNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. Louis J. Freeh, DirectorPlaque w/customs crest; Recd—September 14, 2000; Est. Value—$50.00; On display in director's officeCol. Gen. Vladimir Borisovich Rushialo, Minister of Internal Affairs, Moscow, RussiaNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. Louis J. Freeh, DirectorHonorary degree from First Russian Technical University; Recd—September 15, 2000; Est. Value—$2.00; On display in director's officeCol. Gen. Vladimir Borisovich Rushialo, Minister of Internal Affairs, Moscow, RussiaNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. Louis J. Freeh, DirectorPK3901 Automatic Hand Gun in wooden case; Recd—September 15, 2000; Est. Value—$200.00; On display in director's officeCol. Gen. Vladimir Borisovich Rushialo, Minister of Internal Affairs, Moscow, RussiaNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. Louis J. Freeh, Director10 Boxes of Ammo (160 rounds total); Recd—September 15, 2000; Est. Value—$5.00; On display in director's officeCol. Gen. Vladimir Borisovich Rushialo, Minister of Internal Affairs, Moscow, RussiaNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. Louis J. Freeh, DirectorRed velvet holder & banner w/wooden handle; Recd—April 8, 2000; Est. Value—$35.00; On display in director's officeMinister Zokirjon Almatov, Ministry of Internal Affairs, Tashkent, UzbekistanNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. Louis J. Freeh, DirectorBook—“St. Petersburg”; Recd—September 15, 2000; Est. Value—$10.00; On display in director's officeCol. Gen. Vladimir Borisovich Rushialo, Minister of Internal Affairs, Moscow, RussiaNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. Louis J. Freeh, DirectorSaber in wooden case; Recd—September 15, 2000; Est. Value—$100.00; On display in director's officeCol. Gen. Vladimir Borisovich Rushialo, Minister of Internal Affairs, Moscow, RussiaNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. Louis J. Freeh, DirectorTwo frames (small & large); Recd—April 8, 2000; Est. Value—$30,00; On display in director's officeMinister Zokirjon Almatov, Ministry of Internal Affairs, Tashkent, UzbekistanNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. Louis J. Freeh, DirectorHat (folded); Recd—April 8, 2000; Est. Value—$2.00; On display in director's officeMinister Zokirjon Almatov, Ministry of Internal Affairs, Tashkent, UzbekistanNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. Louis J. Freeh, DirectorBlue & White Ceramic Chess Set; Recd—September 14, 2000; Est. Value—$100.00; On display in director's officeMinister Zokirjon Almatov, Ministry of Internal Affairs, Tashkent, UzbekistanNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. Louis J. Freeh, DirectorRed cloth w/gold braiding; Recd—April 8, 2000; Est. Value—$10.00; On display in director's officeMinister Zokirjon Almatov, Ministry of Internal Affairs, Tashkent, UzbekistanNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. Louis J. Freeh, DirectorDagger in gold & velvet sheath; Recd—April 8, 2000; Est. Value—$75.00; On display in director's officeMinister Zokirjon Almatov, Ministry of Internal Affairs, Tashkent, UzbekistanNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. Louis J. Freeh, DirectorBlue ceremonial robe w/gold braiding; Recd—April 8, 2000; Est. Value—$100.00; On display in director's officeMinister Zokirjon Almatov, Ministry of Internal Affairs, Tashkent, UzbekistanNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. Louis J. Freeh, DirectorSword & Dagger in case; Recd—April 6, 2000; Est. Value—$300.00; On display in director's officeMinister Zokirjon Almatov, Ministry of Internal Affairs, Tashkent, UzbekistanNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
CAPT Andrew J. Dutka, National Naval Medical Center, BethesdaGold coin set; Recd—December 8, 1999; Est. Value—$700.00; Being retained at CNO (NO9B13)Crown Prince of KuwaitNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
CAPT R. L. Morrissey, National Naval Medical Center, BethesdaGold coin set; Recd—December 8, 1999; Est. Value—$700.00; Being retained at CNO (NO9B13)Crown Prince of KuwaitNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
CDR Almond J. Drake, National Naval Medical Center, BethesdaGold coin set; Recd—December 8, 1999; Est. Value—$700.00; Being retained at CNO (NO9B13)Crown Prince of KuwaitNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
CDR David P. Adkinson, National Naval Medical Center, BethesdaGold coin set; Recd—December 8, 1999; Est. Value—$700.00; Being retained at CNO (NO9B13)Crown Prince of KuwaitNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
CDR Frank E. Klink, National Naval Medical Center, BethesdaGold coin set; Recd—December 8, 1999; Est. Value—$700.00; Being retained at CNO (NO9B13)Crown Prince of KuwaitNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
CDR Murray S. Donovan, National Naval Medical Center, BethesdaGold coin set; Recd—December 8, 1999; Est. Value—$700.00; Being retained at CNO (NO9B13)Crown Prince of KuwaitNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Col. Michael Boyce, OFC of Military Cooperations, OmanRadio Wrist Watch; Recd—September 25, 2000; Est. Value—$332.00; Report to GSACommander Royal Army of OmanNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Gen Zinni, Commander in Chief, U.S. Central CommandH&K 9MM pistol (gold); Recd—June 17, 2000; Est. Value—$1500.00; Reported to GSASaudi ArabiaNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Gen Zinni, Commander in Chief, U.S. Central CommandLongine watches; Recd—June 17, 2000; Est, Value—$Unknown; Reported to GSAManama, BahrainNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
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Gen Zinni, Commander in Chief, U.S. Central CommandPakistani bokara carpet; Recd—May 2000; Est. Value—$300.00; Reported to GSAPakistanNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Gen Zinni, Commander in Chief, U.S. Central CommandTurkman; Recd—June 22, 2000; Est. Value—$375.00; Report to GSATurkmenistanNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Gen Zinni, Commander in Chief, U.S. Central CommandSword; Recd—May 11, 2000; Est. Value—$1369.00; Reported to GSAQuatarNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Gen Zinni, Commander in Chief, U.S. Central CommandBreitling watch; Recd—May 2000; Est. Value—$2500.00; Reported to GSAKuwaitNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Gen Zinni, Commander in Chief, U.S. Central CommandTable with 2 chairs; Recd—April 21, 2000; Est. Value—$1000.00; Official displayEgyptNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Gen Zinni, Commander in Chief, U.S. Central CommandIndian Carpet; Recd—June 17, 2000; Est. Value—$1100.00; Reported to GSABahrain Defense ForceNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
LCDR Walter M. Downs, National Naval Medical Center, BethesdaGold coin set; Recd—December 8, 1999; Est. Value—$700.00; Being retained at CNO (NO9B13)Crown Prince of KuwaitNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Lt. John J. Murray, National Naval Medical Center, BethesdaMan's watch; Recd—December 8, 1999; Est. Value—$1300.00; Being retained at CNO (NO9B13)Crown Prince of KuwaitNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Mrs. Fulford, Spouse of General Fulfor, Deputy USEUCOMLadies bracelet; Recd—Unknown; Est. Value—$Unknown; Report to GSAWife of the Deputy Chief of Defense, GreeceNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Ms. S.E. Morseman, National Naval Medical Center, BethesdaGold Bracelet; Recd—December 8, 1999; Est. Value—$700.00; Being retained at CNO (NO9B13)Crown Prince of KuwaitNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Richard Danzig, Secretary of the NavyChinese art work; Recd—April 2000; Est. Value—$2000.00; Being retained at CNO (NO9B13)People's Liberation Navy, ChinaNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
VADM Daniel J. Murphy, Jr., Commander, SIXTH FleetPortrait and statue; Recd—September 29, 1999; Est. Value—$1000.00; Official display SIXTH FleetCDR, 2nd Military Region, OranNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Securities and Exchange Commission
Ester Saverson, Assistant Director, Office of International AffairsMont Blanc Rollerball Pen; Recd—June 8, 2000; Est. Value—$350.00; Tendered to Agency Ethics Office—June 2000Shaik Ahmed Bin Mohammed Al-Khalifa, Director of Bahrain Stock ExchangeNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Robert Strahota, Assistant Director, Office of International AffairsMont Blanc Rollerball Pen & 1983 Bahrain; Commemorative Silver Coin Proof Set; Recd—June 8, 2000; Est. Value—$400.00; Tendered to Agency Ethics Office—June 2000Shaik Ahmed Bin Mohammed Al-Khalifa, Director of Bahrain Stock ExchangeNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Thomas Murphy, Assistant Regional Director (Midwest Regional Office)Mont Blanc Rollerball Pen; Recd—June 8, 2000; Est. Value—$350.00; Tendered to Agency Ethics Office—July 12, 2000Shaik Ahmed Bin Mohammed Al-Khalifa, Director of Bahrain Stock ExchangeNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
State
Ambassador GarzaA Roger Perez de la Rocha Painting; Recd—December 1999; Est. Value—$3000.00; Approved for Official DisplayPresident Arnold Aleman, President of NicaraguaNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Ambassador KattoufTissot watch, titanium case, sapphire crystal; Recd—October 26, 1999; Est. Value—$460.00; Turned in to GSAUAE Businessman Salim Al-MossaNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Edward S. Walker, Jr.—Assistant Secretary for Near East AffairsLoneines Watch; Recd—June 9, 2000; Est. Value—$750.00; Turned in to GSAKing Abdullah JordanNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Elaine Shocas—Chief of StaffGem Stone pin; Recd—September 18, 2000; Est. Value—$260.00; Turned in to GSAPrime Minister Vajpaye, IndiaNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
John B. Craig, AmbassadorA Cartier Pen; Recd—April 3, 2000; Est. Value—$2000.00; Approved for Official DisplayThe Sultan of OmanNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Katherine Van de Vate—Public Affairs Officer Abu Dhabi, U.A.EMen's Seiko quartze watch and women's Guess Collection silver watch; Recd—November 29, 2000; Est. Value—$325.00; Turned in to GSADepartment of Islamic Affairs, Abu Dhabi, UAENon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Malcolm R. Lee—Deputy Assistant Secretary for East Asian AffairsPalm Vx (personal electronic organizer) with accessories; Recd—December 9, 2000; Est. Value: $389.00; Turned in to GSASecretary Yao, Chief, HK Info Technology and Broadcasting Bureau, Hong KongNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Office of Chinese and Mongolian Affairs3 11×14 framed watercolors paintings by artist; Damba Tsolmon, Recd—May 8, 2000; Est. Value—$375.00; Approved for Official DisplayAmbassador Jalbuu Choinhor, MongoliaNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
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RECIPIENT: Madeleine K. Albright; T.H. Madeleine K. Albright, SecretaryTwo red rugs; Recd—September, 2000; Est. Value—$260.00+ each; Turned in to GSAPresident Aliyev, AzerbaijanNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. Madeleine K. AlbrightMedium blue and green rug; Recd—March 25, 2000; Est. Value—$260.00+; Approved for Official DisplayGeneral Pervez Musharrag, Chief Executive of the Islamic Republic of PakistanNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. Madeleine K. AlbrightLeather suit case; wood box; velvet robe; Recd—December 2000; Est. Value—$260.00+; Turned in to GSAPresident Bonteflika, AlgeriaNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. Madeleine K. Albright—Secretary of StateTwo area rugs; Recd—September 2000; Est. Value—$260.00+; Turned into GSAPresident Aliyev, AzerbaijanNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. Madeleine K. Albright, SecretaryPre-Colombian Artifact replica; Recd—January 15, 2000; Est. Value—$260.00; Turned into GSAAlfonso Salis General Manager of Port of CartageNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to door and U.S. Government.
T.H. Madeleine K. Albright, SecretaryGold/Stone necklace; Recd—October 22, 1999; Est. Value—$400.00; Turned in to GSAChairman Arafat PLONon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. Madeleine K. Albright, SecretaryGold bracelet and necklace; Recd—December 8, 1999; Est. Value—$1000.00; Turned in to GSAChairman Arafat PLONonacceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. Madeleine K. Albright, SecretaryGold bracelet and necklace; Recd—January 30, 2000; Est. Value—$3000.00; Turned in to GSAChairman Arafat Palestinian AuthorityNonacceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. Madeleine K. Albright, Secretary2-tone gold metal bracelet and necklace; Recd—June 6, 2000; Est. Value—$3000.00; Turned in to GSAChairman Arafat Palestinian AuthorityNonacceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. Madeleine K. Albright, SecretaryGold metal necklace, bracelet, earrings and ring; Recd—June 15, 2000; Est. Value—$8400.00; Turned in to GSAChairman Arafat Palestinian AuthorityNonacceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. Madeleine K. Albright, SecretaryGold and Gem necklace; Recd—January 20, 2000; Est. Value—$3000.00; Turned in to GSAChairman Arafat Palestinian AuthorityNonacceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. Madeleine K. Albright, SecretaryNecklace, earrings, rings, and bracelet; Recd—September 15, 2000; Est. Value—$91000.00; Turned in to GSACrown Prince Abdullah, Saudi ArabiaNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. Madeleine K. Albright, SecretarySilver box—6′ round w/lid; Recd—May 26, 1999; Est. Value—$600.00; Turned in to GSAFM Lamberto Dini, ItalyNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. Madeleine K. Albright, SecretarySilver Earrings; Recd—May 8, 2000; Est. Value—$550.00; Turned in to GSAFM Papandreou, GreeceNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. Madeleine K. Albright, SecretaryWool and silk rug; Recd—March 25, 2000; Est. Value—$900.00; Turned in to GSAGeneral Musharef, PakistanOffice of Protocol for disposition.
T.H. Madeleine K. Albright, SecretaryTraditional Musical Instrument; Recd—June 2000; Est. Value—$300.00; Turned in to GSAGovernor Keiichi Inamine, JapanNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. Madeleine K. Albright, Secretary2′ 22kt. Gold brooch in the shape of a “Bunga Simpor” flower, set with diamonds and burgundy coral beads; Recd—November 15, 2000; Est. Value—$2000.00 each; Turned in to GSAH.R.H. Pengiran Isteri Hajjah Mariam binti Haji Abdul Aziz, Second wife of Sultan of BruneiNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. Madeleine K. Albright, SecretaryLarge Carpet; Recd—June 20, 2000; Est. Value—$260.00; Turned in to GSAKing Mohammed V, MorocooNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. Madeleine K. Albright, SecretaryLarge Silk Rug; Recd—Unknown; Est. Value—$4000.00; Turned in to GSAKing of MoroccoNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. Madeleine K. Albright, SecretarySmall silver bowl and two art books; Recd—October 1, 2000; Est. Value—$300.00; Turned in to GSAMayor Juppe, Bordeaux, FranceNon-acceptance would have cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. Madeleine K. Albright, SecretaryWooden Jewelry box, metal and stone bracelet, necklace; Recd—April 16, 2000; Est. Value—$590.00; Turned in to GSAPresident Akaev, KyrgystanNon-acceptance would have cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. Madeleine K. Albright, SecretarySilver Flatware set; Recd—September 1, 2000; Est. Value—$1250.00; Turned in to GSAPresident Karimov UzbekistanNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. Madeleine K. Albright, SecretaryGold Chain; Recd—September 20, 1999; Est. Value $2500.00; Turned in to GSAPrime Minister Sheikh Hasina BangladeshNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. Madeleine K. Albright, SecretaryGem Stone Pin; Recd—September 18, 2000; Est. Value—$600.00; Turned in to GSAPrime Minister Vajpaye, IndiaNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. Madeleine K. Albright, SecretaryGenta Watch and Book on The Sultan; Recd—November 2000; Est. Value—$500.00; Turned in to GSAPrincess Paduka Seri Baginda Raja Isteri Pengiram, BruneiNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
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T.H. Madeleine K. Albright, SecretaryGold bracelet; Recd—January 1, 1998; Est. Value $950.00; Turned in to GSASuha Arafat, First Lady PLONon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Treasury
Edwin M. TrumanFacial mask (un masque cuvette); Recd—April 3, 2000; Est. Value—$450.00; To be excessed to GSAPeter Mufany Musonge, Prime Minister, Republic of CameroonNon-acceptance wouldhave cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. Lawrence H. Summers, SecretaryBronze statue; Recd—June 29, 2000; Est. Value—$350.00; To be excessed to GSAMr. Obasanjo, President, Government of NigeriaNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. Lawrence H. Summers, SecretaryHakatari Ori fabric framed in wood; Recd—July 20, 2000; Est. Value—$330.00; Retained by Treasury on July 20, 2000Mr. Miyazawa, Minister of Finance, Government of JapanNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. Lawrence H. Summers, SecretaryWood crafted elephant; Recd—January 19, 2000; Est. Value—$700.00; Retained by Treasury on May 25, 2000Yashant Sinha, Minister of Finance, Government of IndiaNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
T.H. Lawrence H. Summers, SecretaryWood crafted statue; Recd—February 9, 2000; Est. Value—$1,400.00; Retained by Treasury on May 25, 2000S.M. Krishna, Chief Minister, Government of IndiaNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
U.S. Senate
Benjamin C. Noble, Legislative Assistant Senator LincolnOne box of Habanos Cuban Cigars (box autographed by President Castro; Recd—May 28, 2000; Est. Value—$700.00; Deposited with Secretary of SenatePresident Fidel Castro, CubaNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Blanche Lincoln, U.S. SenatorTwo boxes of Habanos Cuban Cigars (boxes autographed by President Castro; Recd—May 28, 2000; Est. Value $700.00 each; Deposited with Secretary of SenatePresident Fidel Castro, CubaNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Christopher Williams, Foreign Policy and Intelligence Advisor to Senator LottBlack Mont Blanc Classic ballpoint pen; Recd—March 14, 2000; Est. Value—$175.00; Deposited with Secretary of SenateRemus Chem, Taiwanese government lobbyistNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Chuck Hagel, U.S. SenatorSilver Sword and sheath; Recd—April 3, 2000; Est. Value—$250.00; Display in SR 348President of Yemen, His Excellency Ali Abdullah SalehNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Edward M. Kennedy, U.S. SenatorCeramic plate with gold design; Recd—March 2, 2000; Est. Value—$150.00; On display in SR315King Adbullah and Queen Rania of JordanNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Gary Sisco, Secretary of the U.S. SenatePhotographs (2) with custom frames, wood with gilding; Recd—November 2000; Est. Value—$500.00; Deposited with Secretary of StateConsul General Francisco Morales, Government of PanamaNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Paul S. Sarbanes, U.S. SenatorWaterford crystal bowl with wooden stand; Recd—July 17, 2000; Est. Value—$200.00; Deposited with Secretary of SenateAer Lingus, airline owned by the Government of IrelandNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Tom Harkin, U.S. Senator5 vol. Set of “The Complete Saga of Icelanders”; Recd—April 27, 2000; Est. Value—$500.00; Deposited with Secretary of SenatePresident Olafur Grimsson of IcelandNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
White House
Gayle E. Smith, Director for African Affairs, NSCThree 29″ diameter leather pillow covers; 100″ leather embroidered rug; silver woven Sari with matching silver top; two 29″ × 84″ purple with gold cloths; Recd—November 4, 1999; Est. Value—$3250.00; Held in Gift OfficeT.H. Aliyu Mohammed, Nigerian National Security AdvisorNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
President ClintonA painting depicting all 42 American Presidents (1.75 × 2.75m canvas); Recd—March 2000; Est. Value—$260.00+; Approved for Official DisplayEnrique Iturriaga Villegas, Private Citizen in Aguascalientes, MexicoNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
President Clinton11″ × 6.5″ × 2.5″ sterling silver box with a hinged top and a black, green, and mother-of-pearl mosaic title design reminiscent of the Church of the Lions; Recd—Unknown; Est. Value—$500.00; Archives ForeignTheir Majesties King Abdullah II and Queen Rania Al Abdullah, JordanNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
President Clinton9.5″ × 4.5″ oval Egyptian silver repousse dome-top footed box with blue velour interior; Recd—Unknown; Est. Value—$1200.00; ArchivesH.E. Mohamed Hosny Mubarak, President of the Arab Republic of EgyptNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Vice President Gore and FamilyCeramic vase 10″ high in green landscape with gold area around mouth; wooden lacquer chest; Recd—May 5, 2000; Est. Value—$500.00; ArchivesH.E. Yoshiro Mori, Prime Minister of JapanNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Vice President GoreLandscape painting, 20 × 28; Recd—July 7, 2000; Est. Value—$450.00; Office of the Vice President—Gift cupboardH.E. Robert Kocharian, President of the Republic of ArmeniaNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
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Vice President Gore and Family2 silver vases and gold bracelet; Recd—September 15, 2000; Est. Value—$5500.00; Office of the Vice President—Gift CupboardH.E. Atal Behari Vahpayee, Prime Minister of IndiaNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Vice President Gore and FamilyCeramic vase 10″ high in green landscape with god around mouth; Recd—May 5, 2000; Est. Value—$500.00; ArchivesH.E. Yoshiro Mori, Prime Minister of JapanNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Vice President Gore and Mrs. GoreAncient Roman glass artifact (candlesticks); gold pendant with ancient coin (for MEG); Recd—January 6, 2000; Est. Value—$1000.00; ArchivesH.E. Ehud Barak and Mrs. Nava Barak, Prime Minister of IsraelNon-acceptance would have caused embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
President8″ × 5.5″ × 2″ silver box with wood veneer interior. Lid is engraved to read “Jamil Mahuad Witt—Presidente Constitucional de la Republica del Ecuador” and bears a relief of the seal of Ecuador; Recd—February 5, 1999; Est. Value—$500; Archives ForeignHis Excellency Dr. Jamil Mahuad, President of the Republic of EcuadorNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
President71″ × 43″ silk Hereke carpet with an ivory field, bota motif, navy center background, one maroon primary border and five secondary borders, with beige fringe; Recd—November 16, 1999; Est. Value—$3500; Archives ForeignThe Honorable Kemal Onal, Governor of the Province of Izmir, The Republic of TurkeyNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
PresidentMen's beige Gobi cashmere turtleneck sweater. Recd—January 16, 2000; Est. Value—$175; Archives ForeignHis Excellency Jalbuugiin Choinhor, Ambassador of the Republic of MongoliaNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
President(1) 18″ 18 kt. gold choker necklace. Each link resembles a small leaf and there is a hanging pendant in the shape of five four-leaf flowers; with matching 8″ 18 kt. gold bracelet with eight links, each being a four-leaf flower, $2400. (2) 4″ gold-tone star-shaped medal with a 2″ white and blue cloisonne circle in the middle that depicts a gold Nativity with a star and Arabic writing above and reads “Bethelhem 2000” below, attached to a 30″ × 2″ green sateen ribbon, $50. (3) 25″ × 20″ mother-of-pearl and abalone shell shadow box relief that depicts the Last Supper with stairs on either side of the feast table that lead to Jesus, Joseph, and angels, $1500; Recd—January 21, 2000; Est. Value—$3950; Archives ForeignMr. Yasser Arafat, Chairman Executive Committee of the Palestine Liberation OrganizationNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
President(1) 1″ diameter gold coin that depicts a bust of the donor on the front and a palace on the back, $125. (2) 5′ long bronze arrowhead circa 63 B.C.—33 C.E., $200; Recd—January 28, 2000; Est. Value—$325; Archives ForeignHis Excellency Rudolf Schuster, The President of the Slovak Republic and Mrs. SchusterovaNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
President5″ tall silver statue of a man in robes kneeling and holding a cup in one hand and a pitcher in the other, mounted on a round wooden base; Recd—January 28, 2000; Est. Value—$850; Archives ForeignHis Highness Sheikh Sulman bin Hamad bin Isa Al-Khalifa, Crown Prince of the State of Bahrain and Head of the Bahrain Defense ForceNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
President15″ × 22″ mother-of-pearl and abalone shell shadow box Nativity that reads “2000” across the front; Recd—January 29, 2000; Est. Value—$1000; Archives ForeignMr. Yasser Arafat, Chairman, Executive Committee of the Palestine Liberation OrganizationNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
President37″ × 27″ fully rigged model ship of the U.S.S. Constitution, 1797, with sails; Recd—February 4, 2000; Est. Value—$4000; Archives ForeignThe Right Honorable Navinchandra Ramgoolam, Prime Minister of the Republic of MauritiusNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
President36″ gold vermeil sword with lion's head on the hilt. Scabbard is gold vermeil and decorated with blue and green glass beads, black and white enamel work, and interspersed with four ivory ovals. Reverse side of scabbard bears a silver niello motif of animals and flowers. The blade of the sword is inscribed to the President; Recd—February 15, 2000; Est. Value—$800; Archives ForeignHis Excellency Heydar Aliyev, President of the Republic of AzerbaijanNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
(1) 20 jars of caviar. (2) Two bottles of cognac; Recd—February 15, 2000; Est. Value—$250; Accepted by Another Government Agency
President8″ × 13″ hand-carved ebony sculpture of a rhinoceros on a 16″ base; Recd—February 17, 2000; Est. Value—$650; Archives ForeignHis Excellency Daniel T. arap Moi, President of the Republic of KenyaNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
PresidentMedium sized cut and etched and crystal bowl; Recd—March 17, 2000; Est. Value—$1000; Archives ForeignHis Excellency Bertie Ahern, Prime Minister of IrelandNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
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President28″ × 40″ oil painting on canvas that depicts a Bangladeshi village, fishing boat, river, trees, and homes in a 35″ × 45″ wooden frame. Recd—March 20, 2000; Est. Value—$500; Archives ForeignHis Excellency Shahabuddin Ahmed, President of the People's Republic of BangladeshNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Silver tea set with a floral relief that includes: 12″ round silver serving platter, 8.5″ tall teapot, 4.5″ creamer, and 4.5″ sugar bowl. Recd—March 20, 2000; Est. Value—$1500; Archives Foreign
President(1) Three hardcover books. “Images and Insights,” and “India and America: Essays in Understanding,” written and inscribed by donor, and “Arts and Crafts of Rajasthan,” by Aman Nath and Francis Wacsiarg, $45. (2) Paperback. “Sweet and Sour: Burmese Short Stories,” written and inscribed by Mrs. Narayanan, $15; Recd—March 21, 2000; Est. Value—$60; Archives ForeignHis Excellency Kocheril Raman Narayanan, The President of India and Mrs. NarayananNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
54″ × 30″ tan, brown, white, and earth-tone oil painting titled “Gandhi: the Spirit of Freedom Forges Ahead.” The painting depicts Gandhi holding a walking stick with a white dove in the background; in a 36″ × 59″ copper-tone frame. Recd—March 21, 2000; Est. Value—$800; Archives Foreign
PresidentFive hardcover books. “The Maharaja and the Princely States of India,” by Sharada Dwivedi, “India After Independence,” by Bipan Chandra, “Annals and Antiques of Rajasthan,” volumes one and two, by James Tod, “Glimpses of World History,” by Jawaharlal Nehru, and “The Arthashastra,” by L.N. Rangarajan; Recd—March 21, 2000; Est. Value—$115; Archives ForeignThe Honorable Anshuman Singh, Governor of Rajasthan, IndiaNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
PresidentFour 10″ × 14″ satellite photographs of the United States, the State of Arkansas, and Little Rock, contained in a 30″ × 61″ black lacquer frame; Recd—March 21, 2000; Est. Value—$500; Archives ForeignHis Excellency Atal Bihari Vajpayee, Prime Minister of the Republic of IndiaNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
President13″ × 11″ decorative “Pankah” fan of woven silver matwork with an 18″ silver handle; Recd—March 22, 2000; Est. Value—$1500; Archives ForeignMr. Ashok Gehlot, Chief Minister Government of Rajasthan, IndiaNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
PresidentCollection of 11 frog figurines: 2.5″ pale green stone frog, 2″ forest-green stone frog, 2″ green stone frog, 1″ amber stone frog, 1.5″ red and gold stone frog, 1.5″ green transparent stone frog, 1″ yellow/green stone frog, 1″ silver-tone frog, .5″ clear glass frog, .5″ clear glass frog, 1″ clear glass frog; Recd—March 23, 2000; Est. Value—$220, Archives ForeignMs. Bina Kak, Minister of State for Tourism, Government of Rajasthan, IndiaNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
President12″ tall × 9″ wide solid jade carved elephant statute titled “Lord Ganesh God of Knowledge.” Elephant is seated in the lotus position and is ornately decorated with gold, red, and green paint and has four outstretched arms and two legs; Recd—March 24, 2000; Est. Value—$850; Archives ForeignMr. Vilas Rao Deshmukh; Chief Minister, Government of Maharashtra, IndiaNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
President8″ tall composition castle model with four towers, completely covered with cultured pearls, mounted on a silver base with a small silver chain fence surrounding the castle; Recd—March 24, 2000; Est. Value—$3500; Archives ForeignThe Honorable Nara Chandrababu Naidu, Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh; IndiaNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Traditional Indian male outfit that includes a long silk cream-colored collarless shirt with a 1″ red and ivory beaded border and a matching pair of pants; Recd—March 24, 2000; Est. Value—$100; Archives Foreign
President(1) 6.5″ diameter silver plate etched with the seal of Pakistan and a floral pattern, $350. (2) 5″ diameter silver bowl with matching design, $450; Recd—March 24, 2000; Est. Value—$800; Archives ForeignHis Excellency Mohammad Rafiq Tarar, President of the Islamic Republic of PakistanNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
President29″ ornate silver sword with four agate stones embedded in the scabbard and two in the hilt. Blade measures 16″ long and the hilt is 6″ long; Recd—March 25, 2000; Est. Value—$700; Archives ForeignHis Excellency Mohamed Hosny Mubarak, President of the Arab Republic of EgyptNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
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President51″ × 76″ Pakistani silk oriental rug with a rose, green, yellow, cream, and tan floral motif with a rose border, four secondary borders, and cream-colored fringe on both ends; Recd—March 25, 2000; Est. Value—$3500; Archives ForeignGeneral Pervez MusharrafNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
President62″ × 72″ earth-tone wool tapestry wall hanging that depicts two Egyptians in a marketplace, with white fringe; Recd—March 28, 2000; Est. Value—$2000; Archives ForeignHis Excellency Mohamed Hosny Mubarak, President of the Arab Republic of EgyptNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
PresidentVacheron Constantin Les Complications watch with an 18 kt. gold face and brown leather band; Recd—March 30, 2000; Est. Value—$15000; Archives ForeignThe Honorable Guy-Olivier Segond, President of the Canton of GenevaNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
President12″ long dagger with a ridge down the center of the blade with an ornately carved 21 kt. gold hilt, contained in an all gold embroidered J-shaped scabbard with leather guard, $800. Sword is contained in a 15.5″ × 12.5″ × 5″ light and dark brown wood veneer inlay box that is lined with red satin, $500; Recd—April 3, 2000; Est. Value—$1300; Archives ForeignHis Excellency Ali Abdullah Saleh, President of the Republic of YemenNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
President12.5″ tall Chinese porcelain limited edition figurine titled “Noble Lady.” The figurine is of a standing Mandarin woman with flowers in her hair, wearing a pink tunic over a blue pleated skirt, holding a mirror in her left hand with her right had behind her back; Recd—April 7, 2000; Est. Value—$1200; Archives ForeignHis Excellency Tung Chee Hwa, Chief Executive of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People's Republic of ChinaNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
President20″ × 23″ oil painting on canvas that depicts a large tree with white leaves and a green, blue, purple, and white garden scene in a 26″ × 29″ gold-tone frame; Recd—April 15, 2000; Est. Value—$1500; Archives ForeignHis Excellency Igor Ivanov, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Russian FederationNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
President6″ × 12″ porcelain blue-green bulbous-shaped vase by Tokuda Tasokichi; Recd—May 2, 2000; Est. Value—$850; Archives ForeignHis Excellency Yoshiro Mori, Prime Minister of JapanNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
President13 jade stones in varying shades of green that represent masks, birds, and icons of pre-Columbian Costa Rica; Recd—May 9, 2000; Est. Value—$850; Archives ForeignHis Excellency Miguel Angel Rodriguez Echeverria, President of the Republic of Costa RicaNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
President8″ tall abstract silver bust of a man that part polished and part rough finished, #13/24; signed “PCH—Tane 2000”; Recd—May 9, 2000; Est. Value—$1000; Archives ForeignHis Excellency Ernesto Zedillo Ponce de Leon, President of the United Mexican StatesNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
PresidentFour limited edition 2000 Natura Prestige 24 kt. Gold South African coins, each decorated with a sable; Recd—May 22, 2000; Est. Value—$1200; Archives ForeignMr. Thabo Mbeki, President of the Republic of South AfricaNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
President6.5″ diameter × 1″ deep silver reproduction of an 18th century maritime compass, etched with numerical markings on the front, and dated 1624. Compass has a rotating dial suspended from a white nylon line that is attached to a 15″ wooden tripod stand; Recd—May 30, 2000; Est. Value—$2500; Archives ForeignHis Excellency Antonio Guterres, Prime Minister of PortugalNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
President10″ tall × 5″ wide crystal decanter with a silver neck and a flat 3″ wide lip that bears the Portuguese presidential seal, with a crystal top and globular finial; Recd—May 30, 2000; Est. Value—$275; Archives ForeignHis Excellency Jorge Sampaio, President of the Portuguese RepublicNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Green box of nine compact discs. “100 Anos de Fado,” “Mafalda Arnauth,” “O Melhor de Amalia,” “Amalia: 50 Anos,” “Camane,” “Moviemento Perpetuo,” “Carlos do Carmo,” “Lucilia do Carmo” and “Alfredo Marceneiro”; Recd—May 30, 2000; Est. Value—$105; Archives Foreign
Green leather photo album that contains 8″ × 10″ photographs of the President’s trip to Portugal; Recd—May 30, 2000; Est. Value—$50; Archives Foreign
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PresidentThe International Charlemagne Prize of Aachen. Prize includes a 3″ diameter gold vermeil medallion that bears the 12th Century Aachen town seal with Emperor Charlemagne on a throne, and is inscribed to the President in German. Medallion is attached to a yellow ribbon that bears the German Imperial Eagle; Recd-June 2, 2000; Est. Value-$350; Archives ForeignThe Honorable Dr. Juergen Linden, Lord Mayor of Aachen, The Federal Republic of GermanyNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
(1) Two hardcover books written in German “50 Jahre Internationaler Karlspreis zu Aachen,” and “Der Aachener Dom,” $75. (2) 17″ × 12″ blue folder that bears the Aachen town seal and contains a certificate of the Inauguration Document for the Establishment of the Charelemagne Prize Scholarship, $50. (3) Award certificate held in a 15″ × 12″ black wooden folder that has a silver-tone medallion on the front, $100; Recd-June 2, 2000; Est. Value-$225; Archives Foreign
President36″ traditional silver Russian electric samovar set with a floral design and wooden handles that includes a 16″ diameter matching tray and a 6″ diameter bowl; Recd-June 3, 2000; Est. Value-$1000; Archives ForeignHis Excellency Vladimir Putin, President of the Russian FederationNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
President(1) Silk tie with a black, pink, blue, yellow, green, and red abstract geometric pattern. (2) Paperback about painting and sculpture; written in Russian. (3) Six hardcover books in Russian. (4) Videotape in Russian. “XX BeK”; Recd-June 4, 2000; Est. Value-$300; Archives ForeignMs. Lidia I. Iovleva, First Deputy/Director General, Russian FederationNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
President(1) Bottle of Ukrainian wine. (2) Five bottles of Ukrainian liquor; Recd-June 5, 2000; Est. Value-$150; Accepted by Another Government AgencyHis Excellency Leonid Kuchma, President of UkraineNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
(1) 19″ × 17″ oil painting on canvas that depicts a courtyard surrounded by blue Ukrainian buildings with gold domes against a blue sky, in a 32″ × 35″ gilt frame $1500. (2) 25″ × 31″ framed portrait of the President against a grey background made out of painted beans, rice, and corn, $750; Recd-June 5, 2000; Est. Value-$2250; Archives Foreign
6″ × 8.5″ grey leather certificate portfolio; Recd-June 5, 2000; Est. Value-$10; Archives Foreign
President(1) Hardcover book. “That Great Victory Day,” inscribed by Valentyn Znoba. (2) 26″ tall bronze bust of the President; Recd-June 5, 2000; Est. Value-$3000; Archives ForeignHis Excellency Viktor Yushchenko, Prime Minister of Ukraine Valentyn Znoba, Kiev, UkraineNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
President42″ tan leather belt with silver and gold overlaid buckle flanked by six Argentinean coins and decorated with a thistle and flower motif, and monogrammed “WJC”; Recd-June 13, 2000; Est. Value-$600; Archives ForeignHis Excellency Fernando de la Rua, President of the Argentine NationNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
PresidentWood carving of an Aymara Indian man's head; Recd-June 14, 2000; Est. Value-$450; Archives ForeignHer Excellency Marlene Fernandez del Granado, Ambassador of the Republic of BoliviaNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
President20″ tall mother-of-pearl and abalone shell vase with a 4″ base, a narrow stem, and a heart-shaped center; Recd-June 15, 2000; Est. Value-$450; Archives ForeignMr. Yasser Arafat, Chairman Executive Committee of the Palestine Liberation OrganizationNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
PresidentRed leather-bound book. “Martin Fierro,” by Jose Hernandez, enclosed in a silver-plated hinged wooden box with four square pieces of wood on the lid and an engraved inscription bearing a quote in Spanish by the author; Recd-June 16, 2000; Est. Value-$800; Archives ForeignHis Excellency Fernando de la Rua, President of the Argentine NationNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
President23″ square mauve, yellow, brown, and red still life oil painting on canvas of a flower vase, a lemon, and apples; in a 28″ square wood frame with a gold-tone plaque that reads “Presented by Robert Kocharyan, President of Armenia”; Recd-June 27, 2000; Est. Value-$350; Archives ForeignHis Excellency Robert Kocharyan, President of the Republic of ArmeniaNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
PresidentThree “Kariyushi Wear” shirts, one is white with gold fu dogs and an orange circular pattern, one is dark grey with a rainbow colored dragon, and the other has grey and white horizontal stripes with a black dragon; Recd-July 19, 2000; Est. Value-$195; Archives ForeignHis Excellency Yoshiro Mori; The Prime Minister of Japan and Mrs. MoriNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Blue lapel pin that reads “G8;” Recd-July 19, 2000; Est. Value-$5; Archives Foreign
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Maroon fabric-covered photo album that commemorates the President's trip to the G-8 summit in Okinawa, Japan; Recd-July 19, 2000; Est. Value-$30; Archives Foreign
President(1) 2′ × 2′ light and dark brown pottery statue of a shi-shi dog with curled mane and tail, holding a rope in his mouth, on a 28″ × 18″ footed oak stand, $1000. (2) Brown pottery tea set that includes five 2.5″ tall cups, a 4″ tall teapot, a 13″ wooden ladle, and a 6″ × 3″ wooden plaque etched with Japanese characters, $75. (3) 14″ diameter white ceramic dish that is decorated around the edge with broken chips of clear and brown glass, $50; Recd-July 19, 2000; Est. Value-$1125; Archives ForeignThe Honorable Masakazu Nakasone; Mayor of Okinawa City; JapanNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
13″ diameter grey ceramic pottery sake flask with a straw top. The base of the flask is covered with brown woven rope and depicts two fu dogs with a plaque that reads “To the Honorable William J. Clinton, Presented by Masakazu Nakasone, Okinawa City Mayor.” Item arrived at the White House broken beyond repair and was destroyed; Recd-July 19, 2000; Est. Value-$1; Destroyed
21” tall white ceramic lamp stand embedded with green, brown and blue glass chips; Recd-July 19, 2000; Est. Value-$80; Archives Foreign
President(1) 30″ samishen lute (guitar) with a black and brown lacquered neck and snakeskin base, in a 9.5″ × 32″ brown and black snakeskin case, $500. (2) Five 17″ square silk tie-dyed handkerchiefs. Two are blue and white, two are green and yellow, and one is yellow and white, $100. (3) Yellow, tan and brown diagonal striped tie with embroidered geometric patterns, $75. (4) Red, brown, blue, and orange tie with embroidered geometric patterns, $75. (5) Two Sensu paper folding fans. One has a blue background, and the other has a green, yellow and red floral pattern, $30. (6) 10″ × 12″ fan-shaped Shisaa wall hanging with two 3.5″ × 4″ ceramic fu dogs, $45. (7) 8″ × 12″ Shisaa wall hanging with a background made of thin sticks tied together, and two 3.5″ × 4″ ceramic fu dogs, $45. (8) 38″ × 12″ blue table runner with orange, purple, pink, light blue, and yellow embroidered geometric patterns and fringe on both ends, $65. (9) Three 10″ × 16″ blue striped placemats with fringe on both ends, and five 4.5″ square matching coasters, $45; Recd-July 19, 2000; Est. Value-$980; Archives ForeignThe Honorable Hideki Oshiro, Mayor of Onna-Son JapanNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
President10″ × 6.5″ × 2″ black lacquer box painted with detailed gold-tone floral trim and a painting of seven people in a boat on the lid; Recd-July 19, 2000; Est. Value-$800; Archives ForeignHis Excellency Vladimir Putin; President of the Russian FederationNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
PresidentFour boxes of mangos; Recd-July 27, 2000; Est. Value-$65; Accepted by Another Government AgencyHis Excellency Joseph Ejercito Estrada; The President of the Republic of the Philippines and Mrs. EstradaNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
8″ × 10″ photograph of President Clinton with President Estrada in a 12″ square leather frame that bears a silver seal of the Philippines, and a plaque that reads “President Joseph Ejercito Estrada, President of the Republic of the Philippines”; Recd-July 27, 2000; Est. Value-$250; Archives Foreign
Two tier mahogany wood drop-leaf serving table with a cream floral inlay pattern, with wheels and a handle. The table is 29″ tall, 34″ wide with the two leafs extended, and 28″ across and includes two matching serving trays. One tray is 21″ × 13″ × 2″ and the other is 26″ × 16″ × 2″; Recd-July 27, 2000; Est. Value-$500; Archives Foreign
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11″ × 7.5″ × 8″ wooden box with parquetry tortoise shell overlay that stands on four silver miniature buffalo feet, with a buffalo horn finial lid. Box decorated with the Seal of the Philippines. Removable lid has silver banding and silver finial handles; Recd-July 27, 2000; Est. Value-$1500; Archives Foreign
President14″ × 10″ silver tray that is inscribed with the Mexican Seal and reads “Al Excelentisimo Senor Presidente de los Estados Unidos de America William Jefferson Clinton, Como Recuerdo de las Visita a los Estados Unidos de America Vincente Fox Quesada, Presidente Electo de Mexico, 24, VIII, 2000;” Recd-August 24, 2000; Est. Value-$1200; Archives ForeignHis Excellency Vicente Fox Quesada; President of the United Mexican StatesNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
President(1) 35.5″x24″ pastel portrait of the President, wearing a light blue traditional long Nigerian over-shirt and a blue, yellow, and white cap, with a black shimmering background, contained in 35″x47″ double wood frame with red velvet lining, $3000. (2) 8′ diameter red, white, and blue leather rug that depicts the American flag, and the Presidential seal in snakeskin, $2500. (3) Four 11″ diameter pillow covers and four 8″ diameter seat covers of the same design, $1300. (4) 96″ diameter green, red, and cream colored leather rug of geometric designs, $2000. (5) 37″x25″ pastel portrait of President Clinton wearing a dark suit with a blue shirt and blue and yellow tie. The background is a shimmering lavendar and work is signed in lower right corner; in a 43″x30″ wood frame. Portrait arrived in the Gift Office with the glass shattered, $1000 as is; Recd—August 25, 2000; Est. Value—$9800; Archives ForeignThe Right Honorable Alhaji Ghali Umar Na'Abba, Speaker of the House of Representatives, National Assembly of the Federal Republic of NigeriaNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
President24″ tall Benin gilt and bronze-plated head of an African goddess with her hair in cone-like shape, titled “The Iya Oba of Oba Akenzua, Monarch of Benin,” Recd—August 26, 2000; Est. Value—$850; Archives ForeignNational Assembly of the Federal Republic of NigeriaNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
President8″ long gold key that reads “Honorary Citizen of the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja, Nigeria;” Recd—August 26, 2000; Est. Value—$350; Archives ForeignHis Excellency Olusegun Obasanjo, The President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria and Mrs. ObasanjoNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
(1) 100″ diameter leather embroidered green and white rug, $2100. (2) 18″x12″ green and beige briefcase, $200. (3) 14″x23″ green and beige suitcase, $200. Items 2 and 3 bear a seal that reads “Federal Republic of Nigeria, Presented to His Excellency, President Bill Clinton of the U.S.A. by the Federal Republic of Nigeria in Commemoration of his Visit to Nigeria 26-28 August 2000;” Recd—August 26, 2000; Est. Value—$2500; Archives Foreign
(1) Hardcover book. “Nigeria: A People United, A Future Assured Volume 2,” $40. (2) Two white baseball caps that read “Nigeria Welcomes President Bill Clinton 26th-28th August, 2000,” $20. (3) Two paperbacks. “Welcome to Nigeria,” and “Nigeria Returns to Democracy,” $20. (4) Two white x-large polo shirts, $40. (5) Four 11″x14″ green cotton placemats that have an orange, green, maroon, and blue tile design with four green cloth napkins and black napkin rings, $40. (6) Four 11″x14″ purple cotton placemats that have an orange yellow, maroon, and blue tile design with four purple cloth napkins and black napkin rings, $40. Items 5-6 read “Nigeria Welcomes President Bill Clinton.” (7) 9.5″x8″ plastic plaque that depicts a gold-tone cut out of Nigeria and reads “Le Niger et ses Deparmements,” $75; Recd—August 26, 2000; Est. Value—$275; Archives Foreign
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(1) 35″x27″ hand drawn portrait of the President and First Lady in traditional Nigerian dress against a red and gray background that bears the Nigerian seal and reads “Unity and Faith, Peace, and Progress.” The President is wearing blue and the First Lady is wearing green, and they are both wearing hats; in 39″x31″ wood frames, $750. (2) 20″x25″ oil painting on canvas of the President and First Lady against a blue background wearing sunglasses, contained in a blue plastic frame, $25; Recd—August 26, 2000; Est. Value—$775; Archives Foreign
13″ long black glass panther that sits on a 10″x4″ clear and green display dias; Recd—August 26, 2000; Est. Value—$2000; Archives Foreign
22″x11″ African Talking Drum with white, purple, and black stripes around the body and leather strips strung vertically around the drum, with hanging gold-tone bells, and the top reads “Presented by HRM Oba Lamidi Adeyemi III Alaafin of Oyo Nigeria during President Bill Clinton's Official Visit to Nigeria August 2000,” with a 15″ curved green white, and purple stick; Recd—August 26, 2000; Est. Value—$250; Archives Foreign
President(1) Ten brass-plated 15″ diameter x 16″ tall urns with embossed lids that read “Welcome to Nigeria President Bill Clinton August 26-28, 2000,” $650. (2) Ten 18″ diameter matching brass-plated trays, $450; Recd—August 27, 2000; Est. Value—$1100; Archives ForeignHis Excellency Alhaji Ibrahim Bunu, Minister of Federal Capital Territory of the Federal Republic of NigeriaNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
PresidentHardcover book. “Presidential Homes of Colombia;” Recd—August 30, 2000; Est. Value—$50; Archives ForeignHis Excellency Andres Pastrana, The President of the Republic of Colombia and Mrs. PastranaNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
PresidentTwo 11″ diameter nautilus shell fossils. One of the shells arrived at the White Hose damaged; Recd—September 8, 2000; Est. Value—$500; Archives ForeignHis Excellency Didier Ratsiraka, President of the Republic of MadagascarNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
President8″x6″x2″ silver box with wood-lined veneer interior. Lid is engraved to read “Gustavo Noboa Bejarano President Constitutconal de la Republica del Ecuador” and bears a relief of the Ecuadorian seal; Recd—September 9, 2000; Est. Value—$500; Archives ForeignHis Excellency Gustavo Noboa, President of the Republic of EcuadorNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
President(1) 16″ tall orange, yellow, and red abstract glass sculpture of Lord Ganesh with a circular body standing on a 3″ tall clear gass base, by artist Anjolie Ela Menon, $3500. (2) Hardcover book. “Anjolie Ela Menon: Paintings in Private Collections,” by Isana Murti, $30. (3) Paperback. “The Sacred Prism II: A Rare Artfest of Revered Images in Murano Glass,” by Gayatri Ruia, $10; Recd—September 13, 2000; Est. Value—$3540; Archives ForeignHis Excellency Atal Bihari Vajpayee, Prime Minister of the Republic of IndiaNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
26″ × 35″ oil painting of the President and First Lady with Jesus Christ blessing them, in a 35″ × 45″ ornate gold-tone frame with a plaque that reads “With Best Compliments From Atal Bihari Vajpayee, Prime Minister of India;” Recd—September 13, 2000; Est. Value—$1500; Archives Foreign
President8″ × 4″ × 1.5″ silver box with an etched lid depicting the Piazza Colonna; Recd—September 20, 2000; Est. Value—$650; Archives ForeignHis Excellency Giuliano Amato; President of the Council of Ministers of the Italian RepublicNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
President8″ tall silver filigree incense burner with three legs, that stands on a 5.5″ diameter base. Burner has a rounded body with floral motif and small chains dangling off the side; Recd—October 19, 2000; Est. Value—$300; Archives ForeignHer Excellency Sheikh Hasina, Prime Minister of the People's Republic of BangladeshNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
President(1) Three navy and 18 kt. gold S.T. Dupont pens and pencils. (2) Navy and 18 kt. gold S.T. Dupont lighter; Recd—October 24, 2000; Est. Value—$500; Archives ForeignHis Majesty King Abdullah II bin Hussein of the Hashemite Kingdom of JordanNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
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President(1) Blue button down shirt with purple embroidery down the right side and around the cuffs and reads “APEC 2000 Brunei Darussalm,” $40. (2) Maroon and gold-tone Mont Blanc pen, $150; Recd—November 16, 2000; Est. Value—$190; Archives ForeignHis Majesty Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah Mu' Izzaddin Waddaulah; Sultan and Yang Di-Pertuan of Brunei DarussalamNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
PresidentTwo 82.5″ tall black lacquer temple vases each elaborately inlaid with a mother-of-pearl and abalone shell bird and floral motif and resting on four 14″ tall Fu dog feet with a circular open deck. The vases are 22″ wide at the top, 25″ wide in the middle, and 19″ wide at the base; Recd—November 17, 2000; Est. Value—$9000; Archives ForeignHis Excellency Tran Duc Luong; The President of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam and Madame VinhNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
President(1) Eight bottles of olive oil. (2) Two bottles of Les Vignes de Tanit red wine. (3) Two bottles of Les Vignes de Tanit white wine. (4) Two bottles of Les Vignes de Tanit blush. (5) Two bags of dates; Recd—December 15, 2000; Est. Value—$300; Accepted by Another Government AgencyHis Excellency Zine El-Abidine Ben Ali; The President of the Republic of Tunisia and Mr. Ben AliNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
20″ diameter × 15 ″ tall white and brown leather hollow ottoman. Inside the ottoman are two matching 14″ diameter × 5″ tall leather trays; Recd—December 15, 2000; Est. Value—$350; Archives
PresidentMichael Audiard ink pen; Recd—December 18, 2000; Est. Value—$500; Archives ForeignHis Excellency Jacques Chirac, President of the French RepublicNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
President and First Lady12″ × 16″ silver framed photograph of the King and Queen of Spain in official dress, incribed by the donors; Recd—January 19, 1993; Est. Value—$400; Archives ForeignTheir Majesties The King and Queen of SpainNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
President and First LadyFor the President: Three silk Pellicano ties, with the President's name embroidered on the back. One is royal blue with black dots, one is maroom with light blue and tan stripes, and the third is steel blue with brown and black dots, $225. For the First Lady: 33″ × 28″ Ferragamo silk scarf, trimmed in light pink silk, and embroidererd with pink and yellow roses and a gold-tone braided rope, $245; Recd—December 23, 1999; Est. Value—$470; Archives ForeignHis Excellency Massimo D'Alema; President of the Council of Ministers of the Italian RepublicNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Blue fabric-covered photo album with 8″ × 10 ″ photographs of the President and First Lady's visit to Italy; Recd—December 23, 1999; Est. Value—$50; Archives Foreign
President and First LadyFor the President: Six 8″ × 5″ limited edition reproductions of drawings by 17th century Spanish artist Diego Velazquez. Two drawings depict women's faces, one depicts a man's face, two depict a human figure, and one depicts a city scape; each is matted in a 19″ × 14″ white mat, $300. For the First Lady: Two 11.5″ tall royal blue crystal “Crystal de la Granja” reproduction decanters with gilt hand-painted leaves and grapes, and tops that depict the Spanish coat of arms, $300, Recd—February 23, 2000; Est. Value—$600; Archives ForeignTheir Majesties The King and Queen of SpainNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
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President and First Lady(1) Shinepukur eight piece bone white china set with a 1/2″ gold and silver half circle border pattern and a thin silver inner circle border, made in Bangladesh. Set includes: (a) 14″ oval serving platter; (b) 4″ tall creamer; (c) 5″ tall sugar bowl with lid; (d) 9″ diameter bowls; (e) 10.5″ plates; (f) 8″ salad plates; (g) 3″ coffee cups; (h) 5.5″ saucers; (i) 9″ serving bowl; (j) 7.5″ tea pot with lid; (k) 11″ inscribed sample plate. Set is $1025. (2) 11″ × 12″ silver fishing boat model encased in a 12″ × 14″ plastic case with a red plastic base inscription that reads “With Compliments to His Excellency Mr. William J. Clinton President of the United States of America from Sheikh Hasina, Compliments of the People's Republic of Bangladesh, $1000. (3) 30″ × 18″ gold-tone ornate frame that contains a silk embroidered tapestry that depicts an Indian village of people farming, rowing, fishing, and harvesting, with a pink and green floral border, $650; Recd—March 19, 2000; Est. Value—$2675; Archives ForeignHer Excellency Sheikh Hasina, Prime Minister of the People's Republic of BangladeshNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
President and First Lady(1) 24″ × 17″ mother-of-pearl and abalone shell shadow box Nativity that reads “Bethlehem” and “2000” across the front, $1200. (2) 17″ long × .5″ wide 18 kt. gold florentine oval link necklace, $1200. (3) 8″ matching bracelet, $600; Recd—April 20, 2000; Est. Value—$3000; Archives ForeignMr. Yasser Arafat, Chairman Executive Committee of the Palestine Liberation OrganizationNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
President and First LadySigned photograph of the donor in a 10″ × 15″ wood inlay frame that bears the royal seal of Denmark; Recd—April 28, 2000; Est. Value—$200; Archives ForeignHis Royal Highness Prince Joachim, DenmarkNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
12″ tall Royal Copenhagen blue crystal vase with a silver rim; Recd—April 28, 2000; Est. Value—$1200; Archives Foreign
President and First Lady6″ × 5″ Orrefors lead crystal vase etched with the royal seal of Sweden; Recd—April 28, 2000; Est. Value—$500; Archives ForeignHer Royal Highness Crown Princess Victoria, SwedenNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
President and First Lady(1) 8″ × 6″ × 5″ black lacquer jewelry box with a lock and a key that has a red and blue tassel, $300. (2) Two small black lacquer bowls with lids, two saucers, and two spoons. All items have an opal inlay with a dragonfly and flower motif, $150; Recd—May 25, 2000; Est. Value—$450; Archives ForeignThe Honorable Jong-Kenun You, Governor of Chollabuk-do South KoreaNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
President and First LadyFor the President: (1) Hardcover book. “Glittering Islands: Okinawa,” published by the Okinawa Prefectural Government and embossed with the Summit logo, $60. (2) Black chinkin lacquerware bowl with black wooden stand; the bowl is embossed with a gold-tone border, flowers and leaves, $75. (3) 10″ square brown leather framed poem, “Hearts of Peace,” $75. (4) 15″ × 11″ photograph of Japanese calligraphy that reads “Namkai Shochi” from the Kyushu-Okinawa Summit 2000, $50. For the First Lady: White gold choker necklace with a Tibetan pearl pendant, $850; Recd—July 19, 2000; Est. Value—$1110; Archives ForeignThe Honorable Keiichi Inamine, Governor of Okinawa Prefecture, JapanNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
President and First Lady(1) Large hardcover book. “The Nature of Japan 2000,” commissioned by H.I.H. Prince Norihito Takamado, with a preface by Mayuma Moriyama, $200. (2) 5″ mauve silk peonie contained in a clear plastic box with a black bottom that bears an American flag in the bottom left corner, $45. (3) 11″ × 6″ × 2″ black lacquer letter box with a red interior. Lid has a mother-of-pearl inlay that depicts a dragon with a large starburst design above its head, $500. (4) 28″ × 14″ pink, blue, green, yellow, brown, orange, and purple painting on fabric that depicts four large birds on leaves of grass, matted in a 20″ × 38″ cherry wood frame, $650; Recd—July 19, 2000; Est. Value—$1395; Archives ForeignHis Excellency Yoshiro Mori, The Prime Minister of Japan and Mrs. MoriNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
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President and First Lady(1) 21″ × 19″ mother-of-pearl and abalone shell arched shadow box Nativity with a large star at the center of the arch and reads “2000” across the bottom, and “Bethlehem” to the left of star, item arrived at the White House slightly broken, $1000. (2) Three piece jewelry set that includes: (a) choker necklace with oblong links and a 5″ center drape design set with small diamonds on each side, $1750; (b) bracelet set with small diamonds on each side, $750; (c) pair of earrings with set with small diamonds at the center, $700. Each piece is 18 kt. gold; Recd—July 21, 2000; Est. Value—$4200; Archives ForeignMr. Yasser Arafat, Chairman Executive Committee of the Palestine Liberation OrganizationNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
President and First LadyFor the President: Chess set that includes a 15″ square board with a light wooden frame and mirrored checker pattern; one side's pieces are made from clear glass and the other made from dull glass, $350. For the First Lady: 6″ × 7″ watercolor painting of two African women collecting wood in a forest, with a beige and gold-tone mat, in a 17″ square green wood frame, $250; Recd—August 7, 2000; Est. Value—$600; Archives ForeignHis Majesty Mswati III, King of the Kingdom of SwazilandNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
President and First LadyFor the President: (1) Brown, beige, and black button-front long-sleeve shirt, $75. (2) 38″ × 24″ gold wood framed shadow box that displays a puppet that depicts an Indonesian god, $350. For the First Lady: Two pink table runners with silver embroidery and purple, yellow, green, and white embroidered flowers, one is 68″ × 16″, and the other is 60″ × 34″, $80; Recd—August 23, 2000; Est. Value—$505; Archives ForeignHis Excellency Abdurrahman Wahid, The President of the Republic of Indonesia and Mrs. WahidNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
President and First Lady(1) 9″ tall silver water pitcher with a brown hardened coconut shell middle section, $500. (2) 7″ diameter silver platter with a scalloped rim, engraved with the seal of the President of Colombia, $350; Recd—August 30, 2000; Est. Value—$850; Archives ForeignHis Excellency Andres Pastrana, The President of the Republic of Colombia and Mrs. PastranaNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
President and First Lady(1) 18″ × 12″ × 4″ red leather briefcase with an elephant motif and interior compartments, $350. (2) Pair of gold earrings with a pearl hanging from two leaves, $300. (3) Maroon silk shalwar kameez with a gold-tone floral pattern that includes a top, a pair of pants, and a 36″ × 96″ shawl, $300. (4) 13″ long red and green cotton purse with cinch top and has mirror inserts, $35. (5) 80″ × 18″ black and white striped shawl with fringe on the ends, $65. (6) 80″ × 18″ red shawl with a black border, green, yellow, and blue stripes, and fringe on the ends, $45. (7) 64″ × 40″ blue, red, and black large striped shawl, $65. (8) 64″ × 40″ black shawl with small black and white stripes in the center bordered by thin red, green, and yellow stripes, $45; Recd—October 19, 2000; Est. Value—$1205; Archives ForeignHer Excellency Sheikh Hasina, Prime Minister of the People's Republic of BangladeshNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
President and First Lady(1) 5.5″ diameter silver dish with a cabochon sapphire, engraved in Arabic, $350. (2) 4″ silver bracelet with three 3″ tassels and encrusted with small sapphires, $450; Recd—October 23, 2000; Est. Value—$800; Archives ForeignTheir Majesties King Abdullah II and Queen Rania Al Abdullah, JordanNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
President and First LadyFor the President: 17″ × 19″ mother-of-pearl and abalone shell arched shadow box Nativity that reads “2000” across the center, and “Bethlehem” on the base, $1200. For the First Lady: Four piece matching jewelry set containing: (a) Gold choker necklace with oblong links and a 4″ center drape design, set with small diamonds, $1800. (b) Gold bracelet set with small diamonds in the three center links, $1200. (c) Pair of gold drop earrings set with small diamonds around the borders and three small diamonds in each drop, $800. (d) Oval-shaped ring with small diamonds around the border and three small diamonds in the center, $550; Recd—November 9, 2000; Est. Value—$5550; Archives ForeignMr. Yasser Arafat, Chairman Executive Committee of the Palestine Liberation OrganizationNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
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First FamilyFor the President: (1) Large hardcover book. “Rajasthan: The Living Traditions,” $75. (2) Two 5″ × 6″ jade stone frog statues, one is white with gold-tone and red features, and the other is green, $400. (3) Bottle of Floris cologne that is etched with the President's signature, $100. For the First Lady: (1) 7″ × 5″ silver ornate three section cosmetic box in the shape of a mango tree branch with three fruits and curling leaves, $850. (2) 60″ × 48″ beige and tan woven tasar handspun silk fabric, $150. For Chelsea Clinton: 50″ × 73″ bandhej gajji silk dupatta stole with a black, red, gold-tone, yellow, and purple circular twist pattern, $250; Recd—March 22, 2000; Est. Value—$1825; Archives ForeignMr. Ashok Gehlot, Chief Minister, Government of Rajasthan IndiaNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
First FamilyFor the President: Four brochures welcoming the President to Rajasthan, $5. For the First Lady: (1) Medium beige and red flowered dressing gown with a large floral pattern on the outside and a small floral pattern on the inside, $250. (2) 86″x62″ beige cotton quilt with a pink and green floral pattern and is bordered with a brown, green, and pink floral pattern; inside of quilt has a small pink floral pattern, $350. For Chelsea Clinton: (1) 68″ × 45″ white painted scarf that has a pink, green, blue, and white floral border and a matching floral design in the center of the scarf, $35. (2) Long pink, green, blue, and white floral skirt with a maroon border, $45; Recd—March 23, 2000; Est. Value—$1035; Archives ForeignMs. Bina Kak, Minister of State for Tourism, Government of Rajasthan IndiaNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
First Family21″ × 24″ crackled gilt wood framed and green matted original antique hand-colored map of “The Holy Land” with its division among the Twelve Tribes of Israel and an inset small map of the route of the “Exodus from Egypt to the Promised Land,” drawn by Ch. Weigel circa 1720; Recd—March 28, 2000; Est. Value—$500; Archives ForeignHis Excellency Ariel Sharon, Member of the Knesset of IsraelNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
First FamilyFor the President: 13.5″ long gold dagger with a curved blade. Sheath is decorated with five emeralds, each surrounded by diamonds. Ivory hilt has one emerald surrounded by diamonds, and a cluster of diamonds at the top. Blade is decorated with Arabic calligraphy and symbols, $3000. For the First Lady and Chelsea Clinton: (1) 12.5″ tall two-handled handpainted vase with brass banding, handles and applique, $250. (2) 10.5″ tall handpainted ewer with brass base, handle, lip, and four applied geometric appliques, $200. (3) 8″ tall handpainted ewer with brass base, lip and handle, $75; Recd—June 20, 2000; Est. Value—$3525; Archives ForeignHis Majesty Mohamed VI, King of MoroccoNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
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First FamilyFor Chelsea Clinton: (1) Two 120″ × 42″ pieces of iridescent orange fabric with a gold-tone, blue, and light blue floral design, $250. (2) 180″ × 42″ piece of iridescent green fabric with embroidered yellow flowers and maroon ends, $175. For the First Lady and Chelsea Clinton: Two sets of six sterling silver napkin rings that read “Brunei” and have a floral inlay design, $540. For the First Family: Hardcover book with a green velvet cover. “The State Mufti's Fatwa Monetary Issues,” $50. For the President: (1) Two 120″ × 42″ pieces of iridescent green fabric embroidered with gold-tone thread and small green, blue, and orange diamond shapes, $250. (2) Six hardcover books. Two copies of “Brunei Darussalam: The Country, The Sultan, The People,” “Pemimpin Era Baru: Leader of the New Era,” “Brunei: An Islamic Nation.” “APEC Young Artists Exhibition,” and “Abode of Peace: 25 of Asia's Top Photographers in Brunei Darussalam,” $160. (3) Two CD-ROMs. “Pemimpin Era Baru: Leader of the New Era” and “APEC Young Artists Exhibition,” $30. (4) 12″ × 14″ × 3″ wooden box that reads “Leader of the New Era, APEC 2000,” $30. (5) 12″ long kris with a curved wooden handle and a wooden case with a gold-tone seal, $300. (6) Eight paperbacks. “Open Economies Delivering to People: APEC's Decade of Progress,” “Update of Activities November 2000,” “2000 Report on Economic and Technical Cooperation: Ministerial Meeting XII,” “2000 APEC Economic Outlook: Report by the Economic Committee,” “Committee on Trade and Investment: Annual Report to Ministers 2000,” “Towards Knowledge-Based Economies in APEC,” “Report of the Executive Director of the APEC Secretariat to the 12th Ministerial Meeting,” and “Building the Future of APEC Economies: Move Forward on the New Economy and Entrepreneurship.” All items were prepared by APEC, $50. (7) Compact disc. “www.apec-ecotech.org, APEC Ecotech Clearing House,” by APEC, $15. (8) Man's 18 kt. white gold case and band Piaget Asprey watch; the face bears the seal of Brunei, $6500. (9) Black large jacket that reads “APEC 2000 Brunei Darussalam,” $60. (10) Blue cloth photo album that is embroidered to read “APEC 2000 Brunei Darussalam” and contains 8″ × 10″ photographs of the APEC Summit, $75. (11) 14″ × 15.5″ green cloth with a gold-tone embroidered border and reads “APEC 2000 Jame Asr Hassanil Bolkiah Brunei Darussalam,” framed and matted in a 18″ × 20″ gold-tone frame, $75. (12) 11″ × 16″ black leather briefcase with gold-tone buckles and zippers on the sides that reads “APEC 2000,” $80. (13) Two magazines. “Far Eastern Economic Review” and “Asia Inc.” $5. (14) Three 8″ × 12″ pads of paper that read “APEC 2000 Brunei Darussalam,” $10; Recd—November 16, 2000; Est. Value—$8655; Archives ForeignHis Majesty Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah Mu′ Izzaddin Waddaulah, Sultan and Yang Di-Pertuan of Brunei DarussalamNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
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First FamilyFor Chelsea Clinton: 42″ long wooden traditional Vietnamese musical instrument with one string and abalone shell inlay on the ends and the sides that depict flowers, dragons, and Vietnamese people, $200. For the First Lady: (1) Scalloped fan-shaped silver box with birds and a floral design on the lid, a farming scene on the sides, with red velvet interior, $350. (2) 22″ × 31″ yellow, green, orange, and black handwoven tapestry that depicts Vietnamese fisherman in two canoes on a river at sunset, framed and matted in a 33″ × 42″ wood frame with a plaque that reads “With Compliments from President of S.R. Vietnam Tran Duc Luong and Madame,” $600. (3) Pink photo album of pictures of the First Lady and Chelsea in Vietnam, $30. For the President: (1) 42 hardcover books. “Tong Tap Van Hoc Vietnam Tron Bo 42 Tap: Volumes 1-42,” published by Nha Xuat Ban Khoa Hoc Xa Hoi, $840. (2) Green photo album of pictures of the President in Vietnam, $30; Recd—November 17, 2000; Est. Value—$2050; Archives ForeignHis Excellency Tran Duc Luong, The President of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam and Madame VinhNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
First FamilyFor the President: 9.5″ tall Waterford crystal piece with an etching of the President that reads “Presented to the President of the United States of America, Mr. Bill Clinton, by the Taoiseach, Mr. Bertie Ahern, T.D., 12th December 2000.” Item stands on a 10″ × 2″ × 4″ black wooden base, $800. For the First Lady: Six silver napkin rings that are engraved with special marks commemorating the Millennium, $390. For Chelsea: Set of six silver stamps celebrating the Millennium, $150; Recd—December 12, 2000; Est. Value—$1340; Archives ForeignHis Excellency Bertie Ahern, Prime Minister of IrelandNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
First Family(1) 6″ × 8″ black leather purse with a suede inner purse that is covered with a hard leather exterior with 1″ diameter holes and round metal handles, $375. (2) 16″ × 12″ × 5″ navy leather briefcase, $600. (3) 24″ × 14″ × 9″ navy leather suitcase, $1200. All items made by Tanner Krolle; Recd—December 13, 2000; Est. Value—$2175; Archives ForeignThe Right Honorable Tony Blair, M.P., Prime Minister United KingdomNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
First Lady(1) Two bags of coffee. (2) Four boxes of chocolates. (3) Box of nuts and dates. (4) Two containers of mineral salt. (5) Two containers of Middle Eastern candies. (6) Jar of dried flowers. (7) 600 ml of Rivage Natural Dead Sea Minerals Body Mud Mask. (8) Bottle of clear, unmarked liquid. (9) Bottle of Al-Derra. (10) Two Jordan River all natural olive oil soap bars; Recd—January 5, 2000; Est. Value—$125; Accepted by Another Government Agency (1) 74″ × 106″ cream-colored tablecloth with a green border and an orange, yellow, and green butterfly motif, $165. (2) 15″ × 72″ gold-tone table runner with gold balls along the edges, $45. (3) 14″ diameter purple and white floral handpainted relish tray in a wooden basket, $50. (4) 3″ × 5.5″ straw pouch. $5; Recd—January 5, 2000; Est. Value—$265; Archives ForeignHer Majesty Rania al Abdullah, Queen of the Hashemite Kingdom of JordanNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
First Lady14″ bronze statue of a runner with one hand raised and the other holding a torch, that sits on a 5.5″ × 1″ bronze base that reads “A. Racko”; Recd—January 10, 2000; Est. Value—$350; Archives ForeignHis Excellency Rudolf Schuster, The President of the Slovak Republic and Mrs. SchusterovaNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
First LadyOrnate gold vermeil tea set with grey floral motif. Set includes a 15″ tall electric samovar with a rooster finial, six tea cups with matching saucers, two cream pitchers, a sugar bowl, and a 20″ × 15″ oval serving tray; Recd—February 15, 2000; Est. Value—$5000; Archives ForeignHis Excellency Heydar Aliyev, President of the Republic of AzerbaijanNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
First LadyTwelve 5.5″ silver dessert spoons and forks with a gold vermeil and green depiction of a Korean palace on each utensil handle; Recd—February 23, 2000; Est. Value—$1000; Archives ForeignMrs. Lee Hee Ho, First Lady of the Republic of KoreaNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
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First Lady2.5″ long × 1.5″ tall box from the Silver Collection of the Royal Palace of Madrid. Box is gold vermeil with a finial that depicts two silver doves and has silver bows and ribbons around the sides; Recd—February 24, 2000; Est. Value—$350; Archives ForeignTheir Majesties The King and Queen of SpainNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
First Lady75″ × 50″ brown, green, red, blue, purple, and pink salawas cotton rug with a primitive motif; Recd—March 21, 2000; Est. Value—$150; Archives ForeignThe Honorable Anshuman Singh, Governor of Rajsthan, IndiaNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
First Lady(1) 32″ ornate gold-tone belt, encrusted with red, green orange jewels set in 1.5″ paisley and circular patterns throughout the length of the belt, $900. (2) 22″ gold vermeil necklace with linked charms, doves, and glass jewels that descend 5″, $250; Recd—April 3, 2000; Est. Value—$1150; Archives ForeignHis Excellency Ali Abdullah Saleh, President of the Republic of YemenNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
First Lady12″ square black lacquer wood cabinet that with a gold Japanese nature scene on an amber-glittered door, with a purple tassel handle; Recd—May 2, 2000; Est. Value—$2500; Archives ForeignHis Excellency Yoshiro Mori, Prime Minister of JapanNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
First Lady1.5″ × 2″ 18 kt. gold rectangle with engraved pictures of Queen Noor and King Hussein; Recd—May 12, 2000; Est. Value—$650; Archives ForeignHer Majesty Queen Noor al Hussein, JordanNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
First LadyBouquet of roses, lilies, peonies, and gladiolas; Recd—May 22, 2000, Est. Value—$125; Accepted by Another Government AgencyMr. Thabo Mbeki, President of the Republic of South AfricaNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Twelve silver napkin holders, three each in the shape of lions, elephants, cheetahs, and rams; Recd—May 22, 2000; Est. Value—$360; Archives Foreign
First LadyThree piece jewelry set that includes a necklace, pair of earrings, and bracelet. Each piece is 18 kt. gold with circular links that have diamond chips around blue sapphires; Recd—June 1, 2000; Est. Value—$5550; Archives ForeignMr. Yasser Arafat, Chairman Executive Committee of the Palestine Liberation OrganizationNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
First Lady7.5″ silver letter opener with a rhodochrosite stone, engraved with “Republica Argentina VI 2000”, Recd—June 13, 2000; Est. Value—$200; Archives ForeignHis Excellency Fernando de la Rua, President of the Argentine NationNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
First LadyCream and gold-tone silk and lace traditional Moroccan dress with a gold-tone and cream embroidered lace floral overlay; Recd—June 16, 2000; Est. Value—$500; Archives ForeignHis Majesty Mohamed VI, King of MoroccoNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
First LadyLarge bouquet of flowers that includes yellow calla lilies, pink, peach, and bronze-colored roses, peach lupine, fuchsia gerber daisies, cream-colored and purple dendrobium orchids, banana leaves, yellow spider mums, yellow and pink cocks comb, and purple heather; Recd—June 22, 2000; Est. Value—$500; Accepted by Another Government AgencyHis Majesty Mohamed VI, King of MoroccoNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
First Lady11.5″ tall x 3″ wide solid bronze statue of a woman with long hair wearing a flowing dress with her arms folded in front of her waist; Recd—July 4 2000; Est. Value—$750; Archives ForeignHis Excellency Rudolf Schuster, The President of the Slovak Republic and Mrs. SchusterovaNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
First LadyPeruvian silver pen set that includes a ballpoint and faux ink well, and is mounted on a 5″ x 6″ base of black marble; Recd—September 4, 2000; Est. Value—$500; Archives ForeignMrs. Keiko Sofia Fujimori, First Lady of PeruNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
First Lady7″ x 1.25″ 22 kt. gold reversible bracelet with five links of diamonds on one side, and red and green enamel on the other, with screw clasp; Recd—September 13, 2000; Est. Value—$8500; Archives ForeignHis Excellency Atal Bihari Vajpayee, Prime Minister of Republic of IndiaNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
First Lady14″ diameter x 10″ tall white porcelain scalloped with a 6” square marble base, that contains pink and white tiger lillies, peach-colored amaryllises, pink and purple hydrangea, purple cocks comb, blue bells, and assorted greenery; Recd—November 9, 2000; Est. Value—$300; Accepted by Another Government AgencyHis Excellency Abdelsam Jaidi, Consul General of the Kingdom of MoroccoNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
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First Lady6″ x 18″ white ovular ceramic planter holding white and orange lillies, red roses, white hydrangea, banana leaves, red gerbert daisies, purple dendrobium orchids, and blue bells; Recd—November 9, 2000; Est. Value—$500; Accepted by Another Government AgencyHis Majesty Mohamed VI, King of MoroccoNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
First Lady2″ 22 kt. gold brooch in the shape of a “Bunga Simpor” flower, set with diamonds and burgundy coral beads; Recd—November 17, 2000; Est. Value—$2000; Archives ForeignHer Royal Highness Pengiran Isteri Hajjah Mariam binti Haji Abdul Aziz, Second Wife of Sultan of BruneiNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
First Lady21″ tall x 18″ wide x 32.5″ long wooden table with three sides painted with a gold-tone, green, red, blue, pink, and black enamelled pattern of dragons, flowers, and swirls. Table has gold-tone top and one shelf; Recd—December 5, 2000; Est. Value—$1200; Archives ForeignHer Majesty Ashi Dorji Wangmo Wangchuck, Queen of BhutanNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
First Lady(1) Black leather Bernard-Richards watch with a gold-tone face, $350. (2) 34″ x 34″ red, pink, orange, and yellow Hermes scarf with a swirl and star pattern, $150; Recd—December 18, 2000; Est. Value—$500; Archives ForeignHis Excellency Jacques Chirac, President of the French RepublicNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
First Lady and ChelseaFor the First Lady: Women's brown and white Gobi cashmere turtleneck sweater. For Chelsea Clinton: Women's Gobi cashmere light aqua short-sleeved sweater; Recd—January 16, 2000; Est. Value—$300; Archives ForeignHis Excellency Jalbuugiin Choinhor, Ambassador of the Republic of MongoliaNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
First Lady and ChelseaTwo traditional Bangladeshi silk and cotton blended six yard sarees. One is rose-colored with gold thread and is made of thicker silk that measures 222″ x 49″, $150. The other is white with a gold border that measures 150” x 53”, and is accompanied by a smaller matching shawl that measures 90″ x 35″, $175; Recd—March 19, 2000; Est. Value—$325; Archives ForeignHer Excellency Sheikh Hasina, Prime Minister of the People's Republic of BangladeshNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
First Lady and ChelseaFor the First Lady: 2″ 18 kt. white gold Chatila brooch in the shape of a flower, set with diamonds and topaz stones, $5000. For Chelsea Clinton: 18 kt. white gold Royal Diamond watch with a black leather alligator strap with diamonds and onyx stones set in the watch face, $1875; Recd—November 17, 2000; Est. Value—$6875; Archives ForeignHer Majesty Paduka Seri Baginda Raja Isteri Pengiran Anak Hajah Saleha binti Al-Marhum Pengiran Pemancha Pengiran Anak Haji Mohamed Alam, First Wife of Sultan of BruneiNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
President and Chelsea(1) Four wooden bowls with hand carved designs. Two are 10″ in diameter and dark brown on the outside with a fish and lizard motif on the inside, $50. Two are natural colored on the outside, one 13″ in diameter, and one 14″ in diameter, $70. One is carved to read “Presented to President Bill Clinton By Senator Khairat Abdul-Razaq Gwadabe,” and two read “Presented to Chelsea Clinton,” around the rims, $130. (2) 46″ × 70″ purple cloth banner and fringe on one end that depicts the shape of Nigeria, with photographs of President Clinton and President Obasanjo, and reads “President Clinton Welcome to Nigeria, 26th to 28th August, 2000,” $150; Recd—August 25, 2000; Est. Value—$400; Archives ForeignThe Honorable Senator Khairat Abdulrasaq-Gwadabe, National Assembly of the Federal Republic of NigeriaNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Chelsea(1) Blue, teal, and cream-colored silk scarf depicting characters edged in black and detailed in silver, $65. (2) Black leather purse with a teal and blue fabric flap, $250; Recd—March 21, 2000; Est. Value—$315; Archives ForeignHis Excellency Kocheril Raman Narayanan, The President of India and Mrs. NarayananNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Chelsea22″ tall cloth doll wearing a traditional red, green, and beige Russian dress with a hat and wicker shoes, set on a display stand; Recd—July 19, 2000; Est. Value—$150; Archives ForeignHis Excellency Vladimir Putin, President of the Russian FederationNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
ChelseaPair of pre-Columbian 18 kt. gold circular earrings with emeralds in the center; Recd—August 30, 2000; Est. Value—$250; Archives ForeignHis Excellency Andres Pastrana, The President of the Republic of Columbia and Mrs. PastranaNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Chelsea1.5″ wide 18kt. gold butterfly-shaped brooch; Recd—August 30, 2000; Est. Value—$550; Archives ForeignThe Honorable Miguel E. Raad Hernandez, Governor of the Department of Bolivar ColumbiaNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
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Chelsea24″ × 32″ oil painting on panel of Chelsea Clinton wearing a blue skirt and top, looking over her shoulder at a women a red and yellow sari walking through an arched doorway of an Indian temple with beige, maroon, and green walls, in a 32″ × 42″ ornately carved wood frame; Recd—September 13, 2000; Est. Value—$18000; Archives ForeignHis Excellency Atal Bihari Vajpayee, Prime Minister of the Republic of IndiaNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Karen Tramontano, Assistant to the President and Counselor to the Chief of Staff18 yards of gold brocade and blue cloth; recd—March 24, 2000; Est. Value—$3585; General Services AdministrationHer Excellency Sheikh Hasina, Prime Minister of the People's Republic of BangladeshNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Samuel Berger, Assistance to the President for National Security Affairs(1) 79″ wide V-shaped black shawl with a hand embroidered woven border, $350. (2) Three piece jewelry set that includes a 17″ clasp necklace, $1400; a 8″ clasp bracelet, $750; and a pair of pierced earrings, $300. Each piece is made 18 kt. gold linked rounds; Recd—May 20, 2000; Est. Value—$2800; Recipient purchased item from General Services AdministrationMr. Yasser Arafat, Chairman Executive Committee of the Palestine Liberation OrganizationNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Govenrment.
Red and black lady's lined jacket, $200; Recd—May 20, 2000; Est. value—$200; Recipient purchased item from General Services Administration
Samuel Berger, Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs12″ × 14″ oil painting on canvas of an impressionist forest scene with trees, in a 3.5″ wide gold frame; Recd—May 24, 2000; Est. Value—$550; General Services AdministrationHis Excellency Mugur Isarescu, Prime Minister of RomaniaNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
Arturo Valenzuala, Special Assistant to the President and Senior DirectorSouth American silver powder horn with attached chain and incised floral motif; Recd—September 5, 2000; Est. Value—$425; General Services AdministrationHer Excellency Marlene Fernandez del Granado, Ambassador of the Republic of BoliviaNon-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
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