The Liberty Bell: an important symbol of freedom

The Liberty Bell, with its distinctive crack, has long been one of the important symbols of freedom and liberty in the United States.

This 4th of July, imagine the tolling of the bell to proclaim liberty through the land! Listen to hear what it might have sounded like!

Liberty Bell Landmark bead

This highly detailed sterling silver Landmark bead is a perfect souvenir and addition to Patriotic or travel theme European bead bracelets for women.

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The Liberty Bell, sterling silver Landmark bead

This extraordinary and highly detailed bead has a large smooth hole and is compatible with all European charm bead bracelets including Chamilia, Troll and PANDORA bracelets.

Be sure to check out all of the other Landmark beads, they make really unique gift ideas for women!

About the bell

The bell is located in the city of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania at the Liberty Bell Center and it is one of the major attractions along with many other National Historic Landmarks.

The crack was not always there, but was noticed sometime in the early 19th century. There are several stories about how and why the crack formed, and it was recast and repaired until a second crack developed. That is when the bell was silenced.

This iconic symbol of the American spirit of freedom has been used for many purposes over the years and was even on tour throughout the country in earlier years.

Now the Liberty Bell rests, but it will always remain a symbol of liberty for everyone in our country!

Search and Seizure 4th Amendment Bead

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Sterling Silver 4th Amendment We The People Amendment Bead

This Sterling Silver Search and Seizure 4th Amendment Bead is made by We The People Beads and is a way to keep this important part of our Bill of Rights fresh in your mind.

Amendment 4 has been in the news a lot in recent years due to extreme searches performed by TSA when preparing to board an airplane.

  • Do you think it is unreasonable to have your hair spray or mouthwash taken away?
  • How about standing in the x-ray body scanner?
  • How much freedom (and money) do we lose by allowing these searches and seizures in the name of safety?

Just something to ponder the next time you travel…

Amendment 4

The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.

Do you own a copy of the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution of the United States? You can get one from the Heritage Foundation and learn more about your rights.

This 4th Amendment bead has a large diameter hole that is not threaded and is compatible with PANDORA bracelets, Carlo Biagi, Chamilia, Troll and more.