Oddities For Sale at The Gift Shop of The Museum of the American Revolution
As you know the Museum of the American Revolution 101 S. 3rd St. opened this week.
Yesterday I published highlights of the opening ceremonies. While I was at the museum I checked out the gift shop, who doesn’t like shopping. Well I found quite a few interesting gifts in there (I’m sure appropriate in their time) and here are 20 of them….
It’s a beautiful gift store, and my favorite kind – the one where you don’t have to buy a ticket to the museum to shop at, so you can run in and buy that
book, tshirt or one of the oddities I’m about to show you.
This isn’t odd per se, except for the kite part. Kinda wonder why they didn’t use a slim piece of medal to make the kite fly, but that’s just me.
Betsy has never looked so good. All these dolls were around $20
What the heck is this, I know what it is but it’s an oddity for sure. I guess it’s a paperweight
Sealed with a kiss
Ornaments with the log of Museum of the American Revolution
These had some weight to them
A hat for everyone
Pewter Dice, Musket Ball and a Signal Whistle, which also are sold as bracelets and necklaces in the jewelry section
Historic telescope and musket souvenirs
Personalized Pen Knifes (don’t try and bring these on your flight home.)Paperweights
These are so cute and only $14.95
How’d they get that boat in there?
Patriotic candy. Be warned the chocolate Liberty Bells are fragile.
I have to have these George Washington Socks. Mom is eyeing the scarves.
The rumblings of the American Revolution began more than a decade before the “shot heard ’round the world” ignited America’s War for Independence.
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