Thomas Nast, America’s foremost political cartoonist of the nineteenth century, used Clement C. Moore’s description of St. Nicholas, as the basis for many drawings of Santa Claus that permanently set the image we all know and love today. Our 2004 Santa Dollar card honors these two great visionaries.
Busy Bakers by Tom Browning.
The 2006 Santa Dollar illustration is from the Tom Browning Collection. Tom’s unique Santa designs along with his painting style earned him the reputation as the premier Santa painter in the United States.
Rooftop Magic by Donna Green
Our 1991 Santa Dollara card is by artist Donna Green. Donna is a fourth generation artist whose exquisite illustrations are collected world wide. Donna’s passion for art is matched by her passion for helping children. Several years ago, she started a non-profit organization supporting children undergoing treatment for cancer. The Magical Moon Foundation
By George, it’s Santa! by Brook Becker.
Brooke Becker is our 2008 Santa Dollar artist. Brooke began her artistic journey after a severe car accident. Unable to speak, Brooke expresses herself through her artwork.
In 1999, ABC News, Good Morning America, predicted Santa Dollars, along with their specially designed holiday cards, would enter the world of collectibles.
Nestled within the Kringle Place of Santa Claus, Indiana, you will find the Santa Claus Museum. The museum features a wide variety of Santa memorabilia, including Santa Dollars. www.santaclausmuseum.org
Raising million$….one Santa Dollar at a time!