USPS Mr. Zip Bobblehead
On July 1, 1963, the Post Office Department instituted the five-digit Zip Code to speed mail delivery across the growing nation. Mr Zip became the trademark cartoon character teaching the public about the new system, with the five numbers representing the state, region and delivery zone within a city or town. As such, Mr. Zip's friendly and helpful attitude was much beloved by the public.
This bobblehead is officially licensed by the United States Postal Service and stand 6" tall.