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This phone skin depicts the iconic "Join or Die" wood-cut popularized by master printer Benjamin Franklin. The political cartoon was originally created in 1754 to rouse support and unity among the British colonies to fight off French traders and Native Americans during the French and Indian War. The woodcuts meaning changed when the Revolutionary War came about; it became a call to action for the colonies to unite and fight against British tyranny.
American-made, laser etched real wood iPhone skins. Due to the natural grain in the wood each piece is unique. These covers are easily applied using the peel-and-stick backing.
The covers will work seamlessly with both AT&T and Verizon iPhone 5.
A free front screen protector and cleaning cloth are included with each cover.
Crafted exclusively for Declaration by Lazerwood Industries in Seattle, WA.
These leather card holders fit six cards to start, and more after initial use. The leather is hand punched, sewn, finished with waxed and painted edges. Measures 3.75" x 3"...
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