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Fall Leaves Collection

The Maple Leaf has been used as a symbol of Canada as far back as the 18th century, and even before that, the aboriginal peoples of Canada were making sugar and syrup from the sap of the maple tree. The Maple Leaf flag was officially inaugurated in 1965 as Canada's National Flag.
  • 'Fall Leaves Black' Apron - Oscardo

    'Fall Leaves Black' Apron

    1458
    $21.50 CAD

    The Maple Leaf has been used as a symbol of Canada as far back as the 18th century, and even before that, the aboriginal peoples of Canada were mak...

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    $21.50 CAD
  • 'Fall Leaves' Glass Ornament - Oscardo

    'Fall Leaves' Glass Ornament

    9436
    $29.00 CAD

    The Maple Leaf has been used as a symbol of Canada as far back as the 18th century, and even before that, the aboriginal peoples of Canada were mak...

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    $29.00 CAD
  • Fall Leaves  Oven Mitt - Oscardo

    Fall Leaves Oven Mitt

    1451
    $17.50 CAD

    The Maple Leaf has been used as a symbol of Canada as far back as the 18th century, and even before that, the aboriginal peoples of Canada were mak...

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    $17.50 CAD
  • Fall Leaves Baseball Cap - Oscardo

    Fall Leaves Baseball Cap

    9537
    $20.50 CAD

    The Maple Leaf has been used as a symbol of Canada as far back as the 18th century, and even before that, the aboriginal peoples of Canada were mak...

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    $20.50 CAD
  • Fall Leaves Card Holder - Oscardo

    Fall Leaves Card Holder

    2182
    $14.50 CAD

    The Maple Leaf has been used as a symbol of Canada as far back as the 18th century, and even before that, the aboriginal peoples of Canada were mak...

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    $14.50 CAD
  • Fall Leaves Coin Purse - Oscardo

    Fall Leaves Coin Purse

    2105
    $29.00 CAD

    The Maple Leaf has been used as a symbol of Canada as far back as the 18th century, and even before that, the aboriginal peoples of Canada were mak...

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    $29.00 CAD
  • Fall Leaves Hard Coaster - Oscardo

    Fall Leaves Cork-Back Coaster

    9625
    $14.50 CAD

    The Maple Leaf has been used as a symbol of Canada as far back as the 18th century, and even before that, the aboriginal peoples of Canada were mak...

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    $14.50 CAD
  • Fall Leaves Eco-Bag - Oscardo

    Fall Leaves Eco-Bag

    6055
    $30.00 CAD

    The Maple Leaf has been used as a symbol of Canada as far back as the 18th century, and even before that, the aboriginal peoples of Canada were mak...

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    $30.00 CAD
  • Fall Leaves Eyeglasses Case - Oscardo

    Fall Leaves Eyeglasses Case

    3312
    $12.50 CAD

    The Maple Leaf has been used as a symbol of Canada as far back as the 18th century, and even before that, the aboriginal peoples of Canada were mak...

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    $12.50 CAD
  • Fall Leaves Magnet - Oscardo

    Fall Leaves Magnet

    9345
    $7.00 CAD

    The Maple Leaf has been used as a symbol of Canada as far back as the 18th century, and even before that, the aboriginal peoples of Canada were mak...

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    $7.00 CAD
  • Fall Leaves Metallic Magnet - Oscardo

    Fall Leaves Metallic Magnet

    94020
    $7.00 CAD

    The Maple Leaf has been used as a symbol of Canada as far back as the 18th century, and even before that, the aboriginal peoples of Canada were mak...

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    $7.00 CAD
  • Fall Leaves Reusable Face Mask

    1793
    $15.00 CAD

    The Maple Leaf has been used as a symbol of Canada as far back as the 18th century, and even before that, the aboriginal peoples of Canada were mak...

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    $15.00 CAD
  • Fall Leaves Small Glass - Oscardo

    Fall Leaves Small Glass

    4215
    $7.00 CAD

    The Maple Leaf has been used as a symbol of Canada as far back as the 18th century, and even before that, the aboriginal peoples of Canada were mak...

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    $7.00 CAD

Fall Leaves Collection

The Maple Leaf has been used as a symbol of Canada as far back as the 18th century, and even before that, the aboriginal peoples of Canada were making sugar and syrup from the sap of the maple tree. The Maple Leaf flag was officially inaugurated in 1965 as Canada's National Flag.