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Thomas Jefferson Holding Declaration of Independence - 8646 -

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This detailed reproduction demonstrates Thomas Jefferson signing the Declaration of Independence. He is standing on a base with his name engraved on the front. Thomas Jefferson is holding a feather quill pen in his right hand and the Declaration in his left hand. The Declaration of Independence in Jefferson's hand reads "In congress July 4 1776. A Declaration by the representatives of the United States of America, in General (Con)gress assembled." There are also a pair of books stacked behind Jefferson and the top book reads "The Republic". This Thomas Jefferson statue is made from Cold Cast Bronze (resin and bronze powder) and measures 10"H x 3"W x 3"D.

Thomas Jefferson (April 13th 17 - July 4th 1826)
Thomas Jefferson was one of the Founding Fathers of the United States of America and the author of the Declaration of Independence. Thomas Jefferson was an avid reader and a leader of the Enlightenment movement. He is a founder of the University of Virginia. The third President of the United States was also a philosopher, inventor and architect. During his mandate, he considerably augmented the country's size by Purchasing Louisiana.

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