All-American Trucks 1954 Mercury M-100 Metal Ornament

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Spruce up your holidays with this beautiful red 1954 Mercury pickup truck Christmas tree ornament. With a bottle brush Christmas tree and giftwrapped present in the truck bed, this vintage hauler is much like the one featured in the popular "Christmas in Evergreen" Hallmark Channel movie. 24th in the All-American Trucks collector's series
  • Christmas tree ornament is 24th in the All-American Trucks collector's series.
  • Designed by Robert Hurlburt, this die-cast metal Christmas tree ornament features a bottle brush tree and wheels that turn. Pre-packaged in a box for easy gift giving, preservation and storage. Year dated 2018 on ornament.
  • With unparalleled artistry and exceptional detail, each festive and collectible Keepsake Ornament is made for years of celebrations. From preserving precious memories to commemorating special milestones and interests, there's a Hallmark ornament for everyone on your gift list.
  • Hallmark has been your family-owned creator of greeting cards, gifts, gift wrap, ornaments and more for over 100 years. We take deep pride in helping individuals connect in just the right way.
  • Metal Christmas tree ornament is lead-free and measures 1.5" W x 1.45" H x 3.88" D.
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    Robert Hurlburt loves filling his ornaments with tiny details and subtle surprises. Every artistic decision—from simple gestures to the positioning of clothing to choosing the perfect accessories—is purposefully made to enhance a story or to simulate energy and movement. Fans may not notice every detail, but Robert knows when everything comes together an ornament comes to life. Learn more about Robert Hurlburt.
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