Winchester Commemoratives were first introduced in 1964, with the Wyoming Diamond Jubilee. Each Commemorative was issued to specifically honor a significant and/or historical person, group, event or institution relating to U.S. or Canadian history.
Commemorative collectors prefer new unfired guns as issued in their original factory boxes (most of these boxes were highly decorated) and with all paper work, wooden cases, and other artifacts issued with the Commemorative.
Shown above, top to bottom,
Wyoming Diamond Jubilee, Model 94 carbine (1964)
Legendary Lawman, Model 94 "Trapper" carbine (1977)
Oliver F. Winchester, Model 94 rifle (1980)