Liberty Bell Hiking Stick Medallion

Liberty Bell Hiking Stick Medallion
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Liberty Bell Hiking Stick Medallion
No other country can claim the Liberty Bell as its own; it's a uniquely American relic that has been-and continues to be-a powerful symbol of freedom, perhaps just as powerful as the American flag itself. Not surprisingly, those very Stars and Stripes are partnered with the Liberty Bell on this hiking stick medallion, beautifully proclaiming the famous cracked bell as a distinctly American icon.Product DetailsDimensions: approx. 1 3/4'' W x 1 3/4'' HIncludes three nailsDesigned and finished in the USA
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