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Daniel Webster Doll Miniature

My special little historical art doll miniature, Daniel Webster, is designed in a pair of black pants with long black jacket with tiny black buttons on front and white ruffled shirt. I painted the details of his face, added real fiber hair, and just for a fun final touch, he holds an 1828 copy of the Webster dictionary!

Mr. Webster is made from a unique combination of wood, wire, clay, and paint- and stands a tiny and collectible 4 1/2 inches tall, (11.4 cm.)

Daniel Webster, 1782 – 1852, was a leading American statesman and senator from Massachusetts during the period leading up to the Civil War. Mr. Webster also tried and failed three times to become the president of the United States.


Colonial American Historical Men Daniel Webster Doll in Miniature Size


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