PRESIDENT JOHN ADAMS
Cardboard Cutout Standup / Standee
IN THE CONTINENTAL U.S.
Although he became an adversary of Thomas Jefferson, John Adams died on July 4, 1826 with the final words, "Thomas Jefferson still survives." Ironically, Jefferson had died just 5 hours earlier. What does all this have to do with this lifesize (5' 7" tall) cardboard cutout? Nothing! But it is a great little piece of history.
You can hang it on a wall like a poster, or use the attached easel fold-out piece to make it free-standing. Comes folded for shipping purposes.
This item is printed to order and most orders go out within 2 business days but please allow up to 5 business days for printing, especially during peak periods. Shipping typically takes an extra 2-5 business days.
|Dimensions||67" H x 28" W|