Farewell to Obama

Yes, you can … own a piece of Barack Obama history!


At noon on Friday, January 20, President Barack Obama will step down after eight years in the White House, and Donald Trump will take the oath of office as the 45th President. This is the perfect time to look back on the last eight years and bid Obama a fond farewell! 

It is also the last chance to secure some of the most important and popular items celebrating Obama’s historic Presidency. These are limited-edition collectibles that are a genuine link to Obama’s groundbreaking term in office. But supplies are dwindling and we expect to sell out of the last remaining items before Obama leaves the Presidency. 

The inspiring Inaugural Medallion was created for Obama’s first inauguration in 2009 as the first African-American President. One side features Obama’s portrait, his rousing slogan “Yes, We Can!” that propelled him to the Presidency, and his distinctive signature. The other side depicts the White House and the date of his inauguration: January 20, 2009. The medal is the size of a Silver Dollar, and it is available in both solid bronze and layered in 24-karat gold. 

Another remarkable piece of Obama history is the Barack Obama Inauguration Coin & Stamp Set. This official cover commemorated the inauguration of Barack Obama as the 44th President of the United States – and it features the official one-time-only U.S. Postal Service inaugural postmark of January 20, 2009. The postmark certifies the cover as a genuine limited edition that can never be made again. 

In addition to the postmark, the cover includes full-color artwork celebrating Obama’s place in history and a colorized edition of the George Washington Presidential Dollar to symbolize the unbroken chain of Presidents from Washington to Obama. The coin is genuine U.S. legal tender and is colorized with an image of Barack Obama. 

The Barack Obama Commemorative Inauguration Plate and Barack Obama Collector’s Plate are trimmed in 24-karat gold and are lasting reminders of Obama’s unique place in history. The Inauguration Plate shows Obama and an invitation to his inauguration in 2009, while the Collector’s Plate includes three classic portraits of Obama. 

Remember, this is your last chance to order a piece of Barack Obama history before his Presidency comes to an end.

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