I could start a collection of bicentennial stuff, but I don't think there's much danger of that actually happening, no matter how much of the stuff I stumble across. This week it was bicentennial tablecloths, two of them in unopened packages. They could go on a table under the lamp...
Permanent Press for Carefree Elegance
Another exemplification of the outstanding talent of QUAKER's designers and the craftsmanship of their production departments... QUAKER's "1776" cloth - an exciting commemoration of this bicentennial jubilee, depicting the triumph of '76 with many of the proud emblems and symbols of our American independence and heritage. Every family should buy two "1776" cloths - one to use and enjoy throughout our two year celebration of this glorious occasion, and one to save as a cherished keepsake for your children and grandchildren.
That might explain why there were two of them. But apparently the children and grandchildren didn't see them as a cherished keepsake. From what I could see through the plastic, I can understand why!