Bobbleheads

Saul Goodman Bobblehead – Better Call Saul

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Determined to move beyond the shadow cast by his brother’s troubling death, Jimmy begins practicing law as his colorful alter ego, “Saul Goodman.”  He may not have a degree from an Ivy League University, but Saul’s quick wit, buoyant optimism, and flamboyant approach make him a forceful advocate for his often down-market clients.  Saul’s choices set off an avalanche of consequences that threaten his future and his relationship with Kim.

Available – Q2 2021

John Lewis Bobblehead

John Lewis Bobblehead

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Available Q1-2021

This remarkable bobblehead honors the great civil rights pioneer John Lewis, who worked arm-in-arm with the  Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. during the Civil Rights Movement.  This unique product features the famous portrait honoring John Lewis by artist Carl Hess, and even includes a collector card with a reproduction of that portrait, personally autographed by the artist.

John Quincy Adams Bobblehead

John Quincy Adams Bobblehead

John Quincy Adams was born July 11, 1767, in Braintree, Massachusetts to father, John Adams (Second President of the United States) and mother, Abigail Adams. John Quincy Adams served under President Monroe as Secretary of State for many years. During his term, he assisted President Monroe in writing the Monroe Doctrine.

John Quincy Adams served as president for only four years during which time he focused on economic development. John Quincy Adams would become the first son of a president to ever become president. After leaving the presidential office, Adams won a seat in the House of Representatives in 1830 where he served for the next 17 years.

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Available Mid-March 2021

William Howard Taft Bobblehead

William Howard Taft Bobblehead

William Howard Taft was born in Cincinnati, OH on September 15, 1857, to parents Alphonso and Louise Taft. Taft’s father was a prominent judge, greatly influencing the path that he would follow in his own career. Taft attended Yale University with the intent of pursuing a career in law, and a dream of one day gaining a seat on the Supreme Court.

Taft was elected as the 27th president of the United States in 1909, where his greatest contributions led to efforts in busting trusts, the empowerment of the ICC to set railroad rates, setting mandates for a federal income tax, and establishing the direct election of senators by the American people. He would only serve one four-year term as president.

In 1921 Taft was appointed chief justice of the U.S. Supreme Court by President Warren G. Harding, making Taft the only president to have also served the post of chief justice. Taft served in this position until he died on March 8, 1930.

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Available Mid-March 2021