Shaped like the neoclassical Courthouse on Wall Street, our Freedom pin shows George Washington standing in front of Federal Hall. Here, the architecture of American legislation was born. In 1765, representatives from nine of the Thirteen Colonies assembled to protest "taxation without representation." As an independent nation, the City Hall was where Congress met until 1789. It is also where the Bill of Rights was drafted.
A collector’s souvenir from our Revolutionary War Collection, it celebrates the birth of politics and legislation shaping American government since before succeeding from Great Britain to present day.
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