Slideshow: The most random 2013 inauguration merchandise

Seven things you can buy to commemorate Barack Obama's second inauguration SLIDE SHOW

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President Barack Obama’s inauguration ceremony will take place Jan. 21, 2013. But thanks to enterprising merchandisers, you can buy random and occasionally useless commemorative memorabilia to remember the day forever. Here are the seven best options:

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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.
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    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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