Lenticular magnet varies between showing Robert E. Lee as a young soldier and Lee as a Confederate General in the last years of his life. The latter also displays his signature. The back has a brief description of Lee. 2.5 x 3.
The Le Mat Revolver owned by General P. G. T. Beauregrd, (CSA), is in the collection of the Museum of the Confederacy and you can now own the magnet with a true representation of this magnificent weapon.
This beautiful magnet is a true representation of Gen. Robert E. Lee standing before the home in which he lived in Richmond, Va. A Museum of the Confederacy exclusive. Ceramic with gold trim, 2.4 x1.8 x .25