PRODUCT ID : 794
Featuring President Taft and his wife riding in the first automobile used to transport the President and his family, the 2012 White House Ornament depicts the two riding in the 1909 White Motor Company's Model M to deliver presents on Christmas. The green, seven-passenger, steam-powered automobile shown here completely replaced the horse-drawn carriages that had traditional transported the President and the First family.
Before he became President, William Taft was appointed Secretary of War by then-President Theodore Roosevelt in 1904. Roosevelt and Taft were close friends and this appointment was made to help groom Taft to follow Roosevelt and his hand-picked successor to the Presidency. Through Roosevelt's support as well as a wave of popular support to the Republican Party, William Hoover Taft easily won his bid for becoming the 27th President of the United States in 1908.
20 - 49 Ornaments = $23.00/each + $35 Shipping and Handling
50 - 99 Ornaments = $21.00/each + $50 Shipping and Handling
100 - 199 Ornaments = $19.00/each + $75 Shipping and Handling
200 - 499 Ornaments = $17.50/each + $125 Shipping and Handling
500 - 999 Ornaments = $17.00/each + $200 Shipping and Handling
1000 or More Ornaments = $16.75/each + $300 Shipping and Handling
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