CONCORD, N.H. (AP) – What better addition to your collection of Old Man of the Mountain post cards, earrings, playing cards and mugs than a bobblehead?

Yup, the state’s famous symbol that fell from its Franconia Notch cliffside over two years ago can soon be bobbling on your bookshelf or nightstand.

The 5-inch tall figurine is the third a series of bobbleheads put out by the New Hampshire Historical Society. Old Man bobbleheads go on sale Friday, Sept. 15 at the society’s Museum of New Hampshire History.

The society’s first bobblehead, Revolutionary War Gen. John Stark, was introduced last January. In April, the Daniel Webster bobblehead was introduced.

The launch of the Old Man bobblehead coincides with the opening of the society’s new exhibition and publication, “Consuming Views: Art and Tourism in the White Mountains, 1850-1900.”



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