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U.S. Marshals Service
For the commemoration of the Bicentennial of the Marshals Service, a larger-than-life bronze sculpture, titled "Frontier Marshal" was donated to the Marshals Service by John Bianchi, a member of the original U.S. Marshals foundation Board of Directors and founder of Bianchi International, a holster and sporting equipment manufacturer.
The 10-foot tall work of art was created by Dave Manuel of Joseph, Oregon, a widely acclaimed painter and sculptor of western themes. The bronze portrays a confident, dignified Marshal: in one hand, he holds a 10 gallon hat and what appear to be court papers; the other hand rests on his gun belt; and the long duster coat is pulled back just far enough to reveal the pistol in the holster on the gun belt.