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    Posted 10 years ago

    Vestaswind
    (49 items)

    Here are more pictures of Mom's pinbacks that are left. I am trying to get them all together. I wish these were all of them. I haven't even dug out the advertising ones yet.

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    VERY RARE ANTIQUE Pinback THEODORE ROOSEVELT Remember San Juan Hill ROUGH RIDER
    VERY RARE ANTIQUE Pinback THEODORE ...
    $2,045
    1 RBG flag pinback button Marcus Garvey Red Black Green Pan African UNIA
    1 RBG flag pinback button Marcus Ga...
    $15
    Teddy Roosevelt Political Pinbackcampaign button
    Teddy Roosevelt Political Pinbackca...
    $251
    Vintage 1948 HUGE Presidential Election Campaign Pinback Button Truman 9in Q8
    Vintage 1948 HUGE Presidential Elec...
    $265
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    VERY RARE ANTIQUE Pinback THEODORE ROOSEVELT Remember San Juan Hill ROUGH RIDER
    VERY RARE ANTIQUE Pinback THEODORE ...
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    1. Vestaswind Vestaswind, 10 years ago
      The silver hanging thing I couldnt be more clueless about. I had several of these and gave them to my brother. Some kind of German medal or badge. The Nixon badges are cool, but Nixon in general is not that sought after. I sold my favorite flasher that said "You can't lick our Dick" pretty racy for a pinback!

      Wallace was replaced because he supported the Soviet Union!

      I'll see how many fobs I can get together
    2. Vestaswind Vestaswind, 10 years ago
      They were not all exactly the same The tops were all the same the bottom werea all different than the others. I believe my brother sold them on ebay. As he didn't know what he had they didn't go for much. There is a mark on the back, but it too is in German. Looks like the maker mark
    3. Vestaswind Vestaswind, 10 years ago
      Thanks! Good eye on the Ike with the Athens Ribbon. Those are what collectors like where they can pin down the origin of the pin and it makes it stand out from others.
    4. kerry10456 kerry10456, 10 years ago
      Love the Nixon Loser, lot of nice pinbacks,
    5. Vestaswind Vestaswind, 10 years ago
      She had a pretty impressive collection. Tom Slater took seven of her pins and sold them for just under four thousand. It's down to nothing in comparison.
    6. kerry10456 kerry10456, 10 years ago
      Is the Dem. donkey watch still around?
    7. Vestaswind Vestaswind, 10 years ago
      It's around here somewhere. I have to laugh at myself. Every time I get these out I promise myself I will remember exactly what is where.
    8. Jerry G, 10 years ago
      ARE the buttons for sale ? If so how much? Thanks Jerry
    9. Vestaswind Vestaswind, 10 years ago
      There have been times I have thought about boxing them all up and selling them, but I honestly have no clue what I would sell them for. I don't collect them that is for sure.
    10. ttomtucker ttomtucker, 10 years ago
      I like the Kennedy/Johnson campaign button. Kennedy was the first president I voted for.
    11. PoliticalPinbacks PoliticalPinbacks, 6 years ago
      Nice! It's shocking how much some pins sell for now a days, ONE 1920 Cox - Roosevelt sold for $31,500 last year with a $50,000 reward offered for a new example other then the 6 known in private collections. WoWza

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