Collectibles
Betsy Ross House Pencil Sharpener
Show-and-tell your classmates all about the most historical little house in Philadelphia when you sharpen your pencils with this 2.5-inch, copper-colored miniature Betsy Ross House.
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Betsy Ross House Salt and Pepper Shaker Set
These 2.5-inch porcelain shakers picture the House with its fences draped in patriotic bunting, and passerby in a horse-drawn carriage.
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Byer's Choice Betsy Ross Doll
The well-known and loved story of Betsy Ross sewing the first Stars & Stripes is tightly woven into the colorful fabric of America's rich history. Although Betsy is often referred to as a seamstress, she was actually a trained upholsterer. This 13-inch clay-on-plaster Betsy caroler is outfitted in delicate Colonial dress and holds a flag. Handcrafted in Pennsylvania.
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$90.00
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Byer's Choice Uncle Sam Doll
Uncle Sam is a popular U.S. symbol usually associated with a cartoon figure having long white hair and chin whiskers dressed in a swallow-tailed coat, vest, tall hat, and striped trousers. His appearance is derived from two earlier symbolic figures in American folklore Brother Jonathan and Yankee Doodle. In the late 1860s and 1870s, political cartoonist Thomas Nast (1840-1902) began popularizing the image of Uncle Sam. Nast continued to evolve the image, eventually giving Sam the white beard and stars-and-stripes suit that are associated with the character today. Perhaps the most famous image of Uncle Sam was created by artist James Montgomery Flagg (1877-1960). In Flagg's version, Uncle Sam wears a tall top hat and blue jacket and is pointing straight ahead at the viewer. During World War I, this portrait of Sam with the words "I Want You For The U.S. Army" was used as a recruiting poster.
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Byer's Choice Benjamin Franklin Doll
Born in Massachusetts, Benjamin Franklin moved to Philadelphia as a young man, where he established a successful printing business, and later became known as a writer, scientist, statesman, and inventor. Franklin was one of the earliest advocates for colonial unity, for which he has earned the title: The First American.
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