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Inaugural Collectibles Throughout the Ages

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  1. Donald Trump Inauguration Button Set

    Just Released Donald Trump 2017 Inauguration Button Set


    Set of three different Donald Trump 2017 inauguration buttons. Large 2 1/4" diameter buttons, made in the USA. Each features a different view and background. Get ready for the January 20, 2017 inauguration with these attractive collectible buttons. Great for inauguration parties, events and your personal collection Learn More
  2. Donald Trump Inaugration Poster

    President Donald Trump 2017 Inauguration Poster


    Just Released. Donald Trump Inauguration Posters. 18"x 12" and Made in the USA. Features dramatic photo of Donald Trump in front of The White House. Learn More
  3. 1973 Nixon Agnew Inaugural License Plate Set With Bonuses

    1973 Nixon Agnew Inaugural License Plate Set With Bonuses


    Now this is cool! This listing starts with a set of the original 1973 license plates produced by the Inaugural Committee for Richard Nixon and Spiro Agnew's second term inauguration in 1973. With it is the original District of Columbia (Washington D.C.) license registration certificate, the original information sheet, the original envelope AND a photo of the license plate on the Buick Skylark that the plate was registered to! Matching sets of license plates are tough enough to find, but with the accompanying registration certificate, information form AND the cool photo of the license plate on the actual car! Learn More
  4. Nixon Agnew inaugural plaque

    1969 Nixon Agnew Inaugural Great Seal Plaque


    Folk art style plaque from the 1969 inauguration of Richard Nixon and Spiro Agnew. Features the Great Seal of the United States in a shield design. Mounted on a a stiff heavy metal backing. Original Learn More
  5. Barack Obama Congressional Invitation

    Barack Obama 2013 Congressional Invitation Set


    This is an original congressional invitation set from the 2013 inauguration of Barack Obama as President of the United States. The set includes the invitation, ceremonies program, portrait of Obama, portrait of Biden, ceremonies map, outer printed envelope. This is the set distributed to attendees and VIP's. Do not confuse this with the one page souvenir invitation or a reproduction you may see on an auction site. This is the original and official set. Learn More
  6. John F. Kennedy Congressional Inaugural Invitation Set

    John F. Kennedy Congressional Inaugural Invitation Set


    Official Congressional Invitation set for the inauguration of John F. Kennedy's 1961 inauguration. Includes the invitation, printed signed portrait sheets of President John F. Kennedy and Vice President Lyndon Johnson. Also includes original tissue paper and envelope. Learn More
  7. 1969 Nixon Agnew Inaugural Metropolitan Police Badge

    1969 Nixon Agnew Inaugural Metropolitan Police Badge


    Original 1969 Metropolitan Police Badge issued for the 1969 first term inauguration of President Richard M. Nixon and Vice President Spiro T. Agenw. Gold-tone and in excellent condition. Learn More
  8. 1909 Taft Sherman Official Inaugural Medal With Engraving And Pin Burned

    1909 William Taft Official Inaugural Medal Engraved


    Official Inaugural Medal from the election of William Howard Taft as President and James Sherman as Vice President, of the United States. 51 mm. Medalist was Joseph K. Davison & Sons. A limited quantity of 3,000 medals were originally issued, far fewer remain in circulation today, especially in this fine condition. This particular medal is engraved on the edge to Kathleen McCarthy and has a pinback added to the reverse of the medal years ago -probably right after the inauguration. We have not seen this done before for this year medal, so we are assuming it was added after the inauguration either as a gift or some type of honor. Interesting and unusual. Learn More
  9. 1868 Ulysses Grant Colfax Jugate Ferrotype Pin

    1868 Ulysses Grant Colfax Jugate Ferrotype Pin


    1868 Grant Jugate ferrotype pin. Brass rim with conjoined portraits of Ulysses S. Grant and Schuler Colfax promoting the Republican candidates for President and Vice President of the United States. Original, and scarce variety with the names of the candidates under the photographs which we have not seen before. Learn More
  10. Abraham Lincoln 1864 Election

    1864 Abraham Lincoln Canvass of New Hampshire Results


    Interesting one page document from Concord, New Hampshire, October 25, 1864 entitled "Result of the Canvass of the State". Shows Lincoln ahead of McClellan by 3,326 votes. Canvass conducted by the Lincoln Clubs of New-Hampshire, Union State Committee. "Soldiers absent in the army not included". Original. Only one of these that we have ever seen. Learn More
  11. Benjamin Franklin Medal Bicentennial Gold

    1776-1976 Benjamin Franklin National Bicentennial 18 K GOLD Medal


    1976 Benjamin Franklin United States Bicentennial Medal. Gold. 25.2 mm. 21.3 grams. The front features a graphic of Benjamin Franklin with the Liberty Bell along side, with the inscription: JULY 4, / 1776 / PHILADELPHIA. The reverse has an image of an eagle with an olive branch and the inscription BICENTENNIAL 1976 and FREEDOM. Engraved by Frank Gasparro, the Chief Engraver of the United States Mint. The edge is inscribed MEDALLIC ART CO. DANBURT CT. 18 KT. GOLD and numbered. Includes the original wood and velvet display case Learn More
  12. Oval Office Rug

    Great Seal of the United States Presidential Rug



    Benjamin Franklin, John Adams and Thomas Jefferson not only helped draft the Declaration of Independence, they also helped design our national give visible evidence of a new sovereign nation and a free people. And in 1782, the Great Seal of the United States of America became official...a powerful graphic symbol of our country. This truly impressive gift item will make anyone’s home or office feel like the Oval Office. Our Great Seal Rug measures a full 5-feet in diameter. It is handmade and hand tufted by highly skilled artisans from 100% New Zealand Wool, considered one of the finest wools in the world. This is a superior quality item exhibiting excellent workmanship and made for lasting value. A superb gift for any individual fortunate enough to receive it...especially you!

    "I love the Presidential rug!! It is better than imagined. I'm so happy.... it makes a great statement when you walk into my home office!! Would make a great gift. Thanks again". - Glen, Los Angeles, California

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  13. 1989 George Bush Official Inaugural Gold Medal

    1989 George Bush Official Gold Inaugural Medal


    Original 1989 George Bush Official Gold Inaugural Medal produced by the official Inaugural Committee. 14 K fine gold. Inscribed on the edge ABPIC 1988 14 K Gold. With original paperwork. Produced by the Medallic Art. CO. 17.2 grams. Learn More
  14. 1893 Official Inaugural Medal

    1893 Rare Cleveland Stevenson Official Inaugural Medal & Ribbon


    Truly scarce early and official Inaugural Medal and Ribbon. 1893. Rarely seen with the original ribbons and all pieces still attached. The top header states March 4, 1893 the date of the inauguration and the word INAUGURATION. The medal itself shows bust of both Grover Cleveland and Adlai Stevenson surrounding. The back of the header identifies White head & Hoag Newark, N.J. as the manufacturer. The reverse of the medal shows a vie of the Capitol and the words Committee on Inaugural Ceremonies and March 4, 1893 surrounding. Includes the original red, white and blue ribbon which attaches the upper header the medal. Plus, the maroon backing ribbon with the words Public Comfort" which is still present. We actually did not notice the wording at the bottom of the maroon committee ribbon since the bottom of the ribbon rolls up a bit over the text which is somewhat faded. While the medal shows some tarnish on the reverse right (which we have not attempted to remove) and both ribbons shows sign of age and minor pinholes, this is the first of these rare official medals that we have ever had in stock in 43+ years that have both the header medal and the connecting r/w/b ribbon still attached, as well as the maroon backing ribbon. Truly a unique opportunity acquire this rare item at a very reasonable price. Learn More
  15. 1937 Franklin Roosevelt Official Inauugural Medal

    1937 Rare Franklin Roosevelt Official Inaugural Medal


    This is the rare Official Franklin Delano Roosevelt second term Inaugural Medal in bronze. Official. 1937. Bronze, High relief bust of Roosevelt on front with concentric two-line legend. "Franklin Delano Roosevelt Second Inauguration Jan 20, 1937. Inner circle says 31st President 1933 1941. The revers side has a graphic of Vice President and the words John Nance Garner 32nd Vice President. sailing and the words, John Nance Garner 32nd Vice President. Just 1006 of these rare medals were struck, which makes it exceedingly scarce. A corner stone piece of any inaugural medal collection. An exceptional opportunity to acquire this at a very reasonable price for your collection Learn More
  16. 1841 Rare William Henry Harrison Inauguration Ball Invitation

    1841 Rare William Henry Harrison Inauguration Ball Invitation


    1841 invitation for the Inauguration Ball for newly-elected president William Henry Harrison. The invitation reads "...... company is requested at the Inauguration Ball at the New Washington Assembly room" underneath which are listed the names of 76 managers. One of three inaugural balls held during the inauguration festivities and arguably the rarest. The only one of these we have had in our collection/inventory in 43 years in business. Printed on oversize sheet and in overall weak condition. Actual image is reasonably clear but the outer edges are torn and weak. Overall age toning. If trimmed it will look more presentable, especially if matted and framed, however we do never trim items. Learn More
  17. Ronald Reagan 1981 Inaugural Medal Gold

    1981 Ronald Reagan Official Gold Inaugural Medal


    This is the scarce 1981 Ronald Reagan Official Inaugural Medal. Weighs approximately 27.2 grams, 14k fine gold. Produced by the Medallic Art Co. for the Inaugural Committee from a design by Western sculptor Edward J. Fraughton. The obverse side features a front facing bust of President Ronald Reagan, with RONALD to left side of his face, and REAGAN to right side of his face. The reverse side shows a view of the west front of the Capitol Building. 40TH President of the United States of America is on the top part of the medal with First Inaugural on the West Front along the bottom part of the medal. The date of the inauguration, January 20, 1981 is also on the back lower-half of the medal. Only 1,381 gold medals were struck out of the edition limit of 2,000. The medal I am offering is number 559. This medal is in the original box with a velveteen case, although the velveteen case is not the original. Learn More
  18. President James Garfield Inaugural Program Souvenir

    1881 James Garfield Inaugural Ball Program


    This is an original program from the 1881 Inauguraton Ball of James Garfield as President of the United States. Often considered the most beautiful of the early inaugural programs, this sixteen page booklet was produced in bright multiple colors which is unusual for this time period. It has the original tassel still attached. James Garfield was the 20th President of the United States, serving from March 4, 1881, until he was assassinated September 19, 1881 Learn More
  19. Ulysses S Grant 1873 Inaugural Invitation

    1873 Ulysses S. Grant Inaugural Ball Invitation


    1873, Invitation to the Inaugural Ball for President Ulysses S. Grant's Second Term. This beautiful printed invitation to the Presidential Inaugural Ball held on March 4, 1873, was for President Grant's second term, with his new Vice-President, Henry Wilson. This invitation measures 9.75" x 7.75," . At the top is an ornate American shield with a "G" and "W" monogram (for Grant and Wilson) in the center. Below the shield is a list of the Managers of the Ball, which reads like a "Who's Who" of 19th Century Washington, D.C. The names include Roscoe Conkling, Simon Cameron, Winfield Scott Hancock, Hannibal Hamlin, James Garfield, Chief Justice Chase, William T. Sherman, and others. As most collectors know, 1873 Grant Inaugural Ball Invitations are far scarcer than examples from the 1869 Inauguration. Very difficult to find in this exceptional condition. Learn More
  20. Dewey Defeats Truman Original & Authentic Newspaper Framed

    Dewey Defeats Truman Original & Authentic Newspaper Framed


    We are fortunate to have discovered yet another original of this famous edition of the Chicago Tribune of November 3, 1948. It is the complete, original and authentic newspaper. This is arguably the most famous and sought after newspaper of all time. When the decision to print this paper was made, returns were coming in very slowly and time was running out before the deadline for the edition. The Tribune staff, based on the early returns, decided Dewey would be the next President. After the newspaper was delivered to the street, more returns came in and showed that Truman would be the ultimate winner and be reelected as President. The already delivered "error" newspapers were gathered for return by staff members sent out to pick them up from newsstands and homes in the Chicago area. It also has the paragraph of type in the upside down position as all original examples have since the newspaper workers in haste to get the edition to the newsstands made the error. Original editions of this newspaper are becoming increasingly scarce. Here is a description of the condition. The paper is beautifully matted and framed with archival quality matting and glass, with a commemorative plaque at the bottom. At first glance this original classic newspaper appears very presentable with the Dewey Defeats Truman headline bold and the iconic upside down type visible. You see signs of toning particularly in the right hand bottom corner. Notwithstanding good first impressions, this is actually not a complete newspaper, but rather just the front page, in fact the top half of the front page. Apparently somewhere over the last 60+ years the front page was cut in half and trimmed on the sides. If you are looking for an example of this rare newspaper to display in an office, library or den and impressions are important, but the fact that it is not a complete paper does not bother you, then this is a marvelous opportunity to acquire this rare newspaper - professionally matted and framed - for a fraction of the price of a complete framed paper. . Learn More

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    Scott K January 22, 2017
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    - Shoshana, Golden Valley Minnesota October 11, 2016
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    Mike B June 18, 2016
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    B. G. February 26, 2015
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    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
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    A. H. February 26, 2015
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    N. R. February 26, 2015
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    S. D. February 26, 2015