Benjamin Franklin Signature Hat

Item#: 365276


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June 11, 1776: a sense of anticipation abounds in the city of Philadelphia - revolution is in the air. The Committee of Five, newly appointed by the Second Continental Congress, begins working on what will become one of the most important documents in American history. Upon completion and ratification, 56 men signed the Declaration of Independence, including Benjamin Franklin, an original member of the Committee of Five. Proudly display your appreciation of Poor Richard with a cap featuring his signature, complete with his famous embellishments.

Classic six-panel design with adjustable Velcro closure in back. Triple-stitched sweatband and pre-curved bill are ideal for all conditions, but especially for visits to Philadelphia or Boston! Complete your outfit with a nod to Ben.

Product Details

  • One size fits most
  • 100% cotton twill
  • Embroidered text
  • Machine washable

Customer Reviews

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Perfect Hat, 8th Feb 2018

Reviewer: Gretchen Kohl

We bought this because one of our best friends (actually extended family member) is named Benjamin Franklin, and he is a true history buff, so this was truly a perfect hat. It is very nicely made and having it come with some park centennial pins was a real plus! We gave one to him and had one for ourselves! Thanks so much!

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