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    Dr. Seuss Come and Take It

    Dr. Seuss Come and Take It

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    "Come and take it", is a historical slogan dating back as far as 480 BC during the Battle of Thermopylae as "Molon labe" by Leonida the Spartan King of the time. This slogan was also used later in 1778 at Fort Morris in the Province of Georgia during the American revolution, then again in 1835 at the Battle of Gonzales during the Texas revolution.

    Show your American pride, and a little bit of history, with this piece displayed on your wall. This piece is made of 13/4" thick pine, and can be hung with simple command strips (not included). The ability to hang using command strips means you can hang this item almost anywhere without the need to put holes in your walls. The outer edges of this item will be burned since they are cut from a large piece of stock using a laser.

    This item is light enough to hang with simple command strips (not included).

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    • Care

      Even though most of our items are made of solid wood, it's best to be careful when handling them. The ones made of Pine are more prone to damage when bumping against harder surfaces.

    • Cleaning

      To clean our items simply wash with a mild solution of soap and water being gentle with the surfaces. You may need to employ the use of a duster in order to reach the crevices of some items.

    • Installation

      Installations is easy but differs from items with a single hanger as compared to items with multiple hangers. Multiple hangers will have the standard center of 16" between hangers.

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