Slideshow: The most random 2013 inauguration merchandise

Seven things you can buy to commemorate Barack Obama's 2nd Inauguration Day SLIDE SHOW

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    Slideshow: The most random 2013 inauguration merchandise

    The seven most random items you can get to commemorate the 2013 inauguration of Barack Obama.
    First, a dog T-shirt with inaugural military police seal.
    Credit: Cafepress.com

    Slideshow: The most random 2013 inauguration merchandise


    A toy wooden limo.
    Credit: Presidential Inauguration Committee 2013

    Slideshow: The most random 2013 inauguration merchandise


    A scarf with an illustrated picture of the Capitol.
    Credit: Presidential Inauguration Committee 2013

    Slideshow: The most random 2013 inauguration merchandise


    A baby bib.
    Credit: Cafepress.com

    Slideshow: The most random 2013 inauguration merchandise


    Golf balls with the inaugural seal.
    Credit: Presidential Inauguration Committee 2013

    Slideshow: The most random 2013 inauguration merchandise


    A padfolio.
    Credit: Presidential Inauguration Committee 2013

    Slideshow: The most random 2013 inauguration merchandise

    A button.

    Credit: Cafepress.com

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Jillian Rayfield is an Assistant News Editor for Salon, focusing on politics. Follow her on Twitter at @jillrayfield or email her at jrayfield@salon.com.

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