Cute little guy! He is navy/presidential blue with an embroidered Presidential Seal on his chest encircled by the words "56th Presidential Inauguration - January 20, 2009" (also embroidered). This beanie baby - esque bear also has a replica signature on his left leg of Barack Obama's and stands (sits) six inches tall and four inches wide.
Comes in a light-weight flexible plastic case so he can sit on a shelf, table or desk and not exposed to the elements or taken out and played with like a teddy bear should be! Fantastic keepsake, toy, collectable, birthday or holiday gift - this is truly an item for any occasion whatsoever - even for the fun of it!
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The Official 2013 Cherry Blossom Festival Print features a massive blooming Yoshino cherry tree upon the shore of the Tidal Basin with the Jefferson Memorial (painted to scale) in the background. Overflowing with bright, bold colors this print will stand out in any setting whether it is hung in an office, hallway, or living room. This is a beautiful print.Click for More Details
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