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The White House Ornament Collection presents The 2009 Barack Obama 56th Presidential Inauguration Ornament.

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This American-made ornament features a photo of President Barack H. Obama being sworn in by Chief Justice John Roberts on January 20, 2009 on the front steps of the U.S. Capitol with his wife Michelle by his side. The background consists of the American flag billowing in the wind. The front of the ornament is embossed with "56th Presidential Inauguration" on top and "Barack H. Obama" gracing the bottom.

 

The reverse of this handsome ornament is inscribed with the scripted words "On this day we gather because we have chosen hope over fear, unity of purpose over conflict and discord. Barack Husssein Obama Inaugural Address 44th President of the United States January 20, 2009." Show your support for our 44th president while brightening any Christmas tree. This ornament measures 3-1/4 inches across and is made with pride in the U.S.A.

 

This Christmas Gift Idea can serve as either a handsome Christmas display or a White House Christmas Tree Ornament. Whether you are looking for a holiday ornament, a tree ornament, or Christmas collectible, this gift will make any Christmas a White Christmas. Own a moment of White House history.

 

Priced at just $20.00

 

To see more all American Christmas ornaments, goto www.WhiteHouseChristmasOrnament.com

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Guest Kristine

My Church used the Barack Obama Inauguration ornament for a fund raiser and had great success. The ornament is beautiful and has historical significance.

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OMG! This gift set is the perfect Christmas gift. My Church raised a bunch of money selling the 2009 Barack Obama ornament. I wish they offered this gift set earlier.

 

Merry CHrismas and Happy New Year!

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