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  1. Donald Trump bobblehead 2016

    Just Released! Donald Trump 2016 Bobblehead - Brand New


    Just released! 2016 Donald Trump for President bobblehead. This is the one that actually looks like the candidate! Heavyweight polyresin construction with styrofoam protection Colorful collectors box included. Learn More
  2. 2016 Republican Candidates campaign button set

    Holy Cow! Set of 15 Republican 2016 Presidential Campaign Buttons


    Having trouble keeping track of all the candidates running for the 2016 Republican nomination for President? Here in one place is a set of fifteen (15) different Republican candidates for President. Great gift idea. Would look great framed! Get them before they disappear :) Great collectors item. Includes; Marco Rubio, Ben Carson, Bobby Jindal, Donald Trump, Jeb Bush, John Kasich, Chris Christie, Rick Santorum, Ted Cruz, Rick Perry, Rand Paul, Carly Fiorina, Paul Ryan, Scott Walker and Mike Huckabee Learn More
  3. Elect Roosevelt President

    Scarce Politically Correct Elect Roosevelt & Dewey Mechanical Pin


    Fun item that promotes Franklin Roosevelt... wait...... Thomas Dewey for President. Slide the back mechanical up or down for which candidate you prefer. From the 1944 presidential election. Original. Learn More
  4. Henry Clay Whig Party Token

    1844 Henry Clay Hard Times Whig Party Token HT-807


    1844 HARD TIMES TOKEN HENRY CLAY HT-807. We won't kid you while this token is very collectible, it has also seen better times. It is worn on both sides as you can see from the photos. But then again, you would pay considerably more for one in better condition. We would rate it as average for this 1844 token. Clay was an American lawyer, politician, and a popular orator who represented Kentucky in both the United States Senate and House of Representatives. He lost his campaigns for president in 1824, 1832 and 1844. Learn More
  5. John F  Kennedy PT 109 souvenir tie bar

    Iconic John F. Kennedy PT109 Presidential Gift Tie Bar


    Original PT 109 KENNEDY tie bar in very good condition. Produced by, and inscribed on the reverse by the original manufacturer "Jolle". PT-109 was a patrol boat commanded by Lieutenant, junior grade John F. Kennedy in the Pacific Theater during World War II. Kennedy's actions to save his surviving crew after the sinking of PT-109 made him a war hero, which proved helpful in his political career and helped him get elected President of the United States. A great gift idea for the JFK collector. Learn More
  6. John F Kennedy Inaugural Concert Ticket

    1961 John F Kennedy Inaugural Concert Ticket - Seldom Seen


    Seldom seen original ticket to the Inaugural Concert held as one of the festivities at the inauguration of President John F. Kennedy. National Symphony Orchestra concert held at Constitution Hall on the eve of the Inauguration in 1961. Learn More
  7. 1944 Harry S. Truman Campaign Photo Poster

    1944 Harry S. Truman Campaign Photo Poster


    Attractive and bold original poster from the campaign of Harry S. Truman. The photos was taken in August 1944 by Chase-Statler. Features large portrait of Truman with his trademark wire rim glasses and name at the bottom surrounded by two stars. Would also look great matted and framed. Learn More
  8. 1876 Rutherford B Hayes Union Republican Ticket

    1876 Rutherford B. Hayes William Wheeler Republican Ticket


    Original Union Republican Ticket promoting the Rutherford B. Hayes for President and William Wheeler as Vice President, of the United States. This historic document is original and from the infamous 1876 presidential election, often considered to be the one of the most contentious and controversial presidential elections in American political history. This ticket is from the state of Illinois and includes State candidates, including Shelby M. Cullom for Governor. Learn More
  9. Ulysses S Grant Reception Invitation

    1879 General Ulysses S. Grant Reception Invitation Philadelphia


    Invitation to attend a Reception to be given for General Ulysses S. Grant, December 17, 1879. The event was held in Philadelphia at the invitation of Mayor William Stockley. Original. Learn More
  10. Great Seal Pillow

    Great Seal Presidential Pillow - Great Gift Item!


    Great Seal Presidential Pillow. Exquisite pillow with a bold and rich looking Great Seal of the United States. Embroidered pillow with satin back with hidden zipper. Raised gold metallic thread with roped metallic gold color cord. Large plush 18" x 18" size. Makes every room look presidential! Great for living rooms, offices, libraries and bedrooms at a very reasonable price. Learn More
  11. John F Kennedy Harvard yearbook

    John F Kennedy's 1940 Freshman Yearbook


    Original and authentic 1940 Harvard Freshman Red Book issued during President John F Kennedy's freshman year at Harvard. This scarce yearbook includes several photos of John F. Kennedy including his class photo, Swim Team photo, and several more. Hardcover book in very good condition with only minor wear. Amazing to see early photos of the future President and his activities at Harvard and those of his classmates like folk singer, Pete Seeger. The front cover of the book is engraved as originally issued, in gold color with the name of the original owner, Stuart Stevens DeForest on of Kennedy's classmates. Comes with our 100% guarantee of authenticity. A great gift idea. Learn More
  12. 1933 Official Inauguration Medal Roosevelt 1

    Rare 1933 Franklin Roosevelt Official Inaugural Medal


    This is the rare Official Franklin Delano Roosevelt first term Inaugural Medal in bronze. Official. 1933. Bronze, In amazing condition. Exceptionally high relief bust of Roosevelt on front with concentric two-line legend. "Franklin Delano Roosevelt 31st President of the United States on the outer circle of type and 1933-1937 John Nance Garner Vice President on the inner circle of type. The reverse side has a beautiful graphic of the U.S.S. Constitution ("Old Ironsides") sailing and the words, Thou Too Sail on a Ship of State. Sail on Union Strong and Great. Just 1500 of these rare medals were struck, and it is said that many went unsold and were later destroyed, which would explain the scarcity of this fine medal. A corner stone piece of any inaugural medal collection. An exceptional opportunity to acquire this at a very reasonable price. Learn More
  13. 1928 Rare Herbert Hoover For President C.N.R. Campaign Banner

    1928 Rare Herbert Hoover For President C.N.R. Campaign Banner


    Truly a statement piece. This historic banner is from the campaign of Herbert Hoover for President. Dramatic and hand painted. Matted and framed for instant display, it measures 36" x 36". If you appreciate quality and have been searching for a piece that belongs in a museum this is your item. The actual banner measures approximately 29” x 29”. Grommets on the 4 corners show that this item was very professionally matted and framed. This incredible dramatic banner features the portrait of Herbert Hoover and words C.N.R. Banner Painters, Weatherly, Pennsylvania. We have only seen two other examples of this banner painters work in the last forty years. A piece of art. Excellent condition. Heavy piece which we will have professionally packed and shipped to avoid damage. Learn More
  14. Ronald Reagan 1968 signed and autographed letter

    1968 Rare Signed Letter Ronald Reagan Rejecting Vice Presidential Bid


    In early spring of 1968 then Governor Ronald Reagan was considered a potential candidate for the Republican nomination for President, and by some a potential Vice Presidential candidate. On March 11, 1968 the State of Oregon sent this original letter to Reagan's California office stating its intention to include Reagan's name as a Vice Presidential candidate in the state's May Primary election, since he had been "recognized as a candidate for Vice President in national news media throughout the United States" and that should he not want his name to appear on the ballot he must send back a notarized affidavit form immediately. But Reagan had other aspirations, namely the Presidential nomination not the Vice Presidential nomination, and in this handwritten and initialed note (seen at the top of the letter), Reagan directed his personal secretary Kathy Davis to "Get the attached notarized & Mailed post haste, RR". The action specifically excluded Reagan from being listed as a Vice Presidential candidate in Oregon. Given that just a few months later Reagan firmly defeated Nixon in the Oregon primary by garnering 65% of the vote, and thus becoming Nixon's chief rival, it sounds like Reagan made the right decision at the time to reject the offer by the State of Oregon. This letter was acquired by us directly from Reagan's Kathy Davis's personal collection and comes with our 100% guarantee of authenticity. The letter was sent by the State of Oregon on March 11, 1968, stamped at the top received by the Governor's office on March 12th, 1968 the urgency noted by a rubber stamp in bold red letters "24 hr Ack. Necessary". Kathy Davis then highlighted the key items in the letter for Reagan "If you are not now and do not intend to become a candidate for Vice President of the United States...." and also the sentence, "Filed in my office not later than 5 p.m. March 22, 1968 and initialed KD (Kathy Davis) at the top left and given to Reagan for review. After review Reagan wrote his reply directly on the letter (which had been his typical style) to Davis, and instructing her to answer "post haste" that he would not want his name on the ballot as a Vice Presidential candidate. Truly an important and historic document that includes the original two page letter from the State of Oregon with Reagan's handwritten and initialed note as well as the copy of the Oregon law included with the original letter. Learn More
  15. Authentic Autograph of President John F Kennedy Framed Display

    Authentic Autograph of President John F Kennedy Framed Display


    Professionally framed and matted display featuring President John F. Kennedy's authentic signature on a dinner ticket from JFK's campaign visit to Alaska in September 1960. Kennedy boldly signs the front of the ticket. The display comes with a certificate of authenticity by a well known forensic handwriting examiner providing proof of its authenticity. The beautiful display also includes a silver commemorative plaque as well as a dramatic original photo of the President addressing a campaign crowd. Also comes with our 100% guarantee of authenticity. This item is part of the FramedPresidents(TM) collection of historic original and authentic presidential items. Learn More

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  • Lori, The poster arrived late yesterday afternoon. It is hanging on my wall, and it looks absolutely fantastic! I smile when I see the President staring down at me as I am sitting at my desk. Thanks so much! Well done! Best, Mike B
    Mike B June 18, 2016
  • Lori: After weeks of research, asking for referrals and conducting a competitive analysis - I landed with Lori Ferber Collectibles.My journey has been wonderful to say the least Steve & Lori are excellent!
    B. G. February 26, 2015
  • Lori & Steve: Your honesty and integrity are inspiring and conducive to an ongoing business relationship.
    P.W. February 26, 2015
  • Lori: Thank you ever so much for the Presidential Inaugural Invitation. I was moved because it means so very much to me. I was in Washington D.C. last year during the inauguration, however, I had been hoping to eventually obtain something this special (I even wrote to my Congressman and others). Again, thank you so much and may you have continued success in your business in the coming years.
    W.M. February 20, 2015
  • Thank you very much for your assistance in making sure that the gift is now perfect. I have been spreading the word about the excellent customer service I've received from you
    A. H. February 26, 2015
  • Lori, I cannot wait to place my next order! Thanks again for your advice. I look forward to placing my next order.
    N. R. February 26, 2015
  • Thank you so much! It is nice experiencing great customer service in a world that seems to have forgotten it is more than a phrase!
    S. D. February 26, 2015
  • I received it yesterday, thank you so much for sending it so quickly!! I'm thrilled, and absolutely LOVE it! Thank you again!!
    Mary M. February 26, 2015
  • Dear Lori, Thank you for everything, especially the quick priority shipping and the great job of packaging. You have been the most professional of sellers and I appreciate it.
    Trent February 26, 2015