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  1. Ted Cruz for President 2016 Rally Signs Poster

    Ted Cruz For President 2016 Campaign Rally Sign Posters (THREE)


    Set of three Two-sided campaign rally poster sign promoting the 2016 Republican candidacy of Ted Cruz for President. Brand new mint condition. Made in the USA Learn More
  2. 1968 Wallace LeMay in '68 Campaign Poster

    1968 Wallace LeMay in '68 Campaign Poster


    Original paper poster promoting George Wallace and Curtis Lemay for President and Vice President of the United States. They ran as candidates of the American Independent Party.Original. Learn More
  3. 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
  4. 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
  5. The Buck Shops Here Executive Desk Plaque

    Iconic The Buck Stops Here Desk Plaque - Harry Truman


    The iconic "The Buck Stops Here" desk plaque was proudly displayed on President Harry Truman's desk in his White House office beginning in 1945. The original sign was crafted at the Federal Reformatory in El Reno, Oklahoma. Great gift item that is perfect for the collector or the executive that wants to make a point. The phrase "the buck stops here" has its history in the expression "pass the buck" which denotes passing the responsibility on to someone else. The reverse of the sign appears with the original slogan "i'm from Missouri" During President Truman's time as President of the United States he often referred to the design in public speeches in order to make it clear that he alone is prepared to make the tough decisions. That is his job as President. Very nice wooden desk frame with painted sign measuring approximately 13" wide by 1 3/4" wide. Great for an executive desk gift! Learn More
  6. John F  Kennedy PT 109 souvenir tie bar

    Iconic John F. Kennedy PT 109 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
  7. Eleanor Roosevelt Dinner Party

    Invitation to a Garden Party with Eleanor Roosevelt


    Imagine being invited to a Garden Party with the First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt at the White House. The invitation simply calls the location "At Home" with the gold embossed presidential seal at the top. Original Learn More
  8. President William Taft 1 1/4" Diameter Star button. Bastian Brothers

    President William Taft 1 1/4" Diameter Star button. Bastian Brothers


    William Taft 1 1/4" diameter highly collectible "Star" button. Bastian Brothers backpaper still attached. Original. Learn More
  9. 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
  10. Presidential Seal Mahogany Plaque

    Presidential Seal Mahogany Plaque


    Specially designed and beautifully produced plaque suitable for display in your library, den or as part of your political collection, bearing the Seal of the President of the United States. Hand made from solid mahogany and 2" thick by artisans in the Phillippines. Each replica plaque is handcrafted and brand new in the original packaging. In 1945, Truman ordered the Presidential Seal and Flag redesigned. He did not like the way the eagle's head faced the arrows of war. He believed that the president, although prepared for war, should always look towards peace. Great gift item shipped in secure packaging. Learn More
  11. 1945 Roosevelt Inaugural Medal Display

    Franklin Roosevelt 1945 Official Inaugural Medal


    The official and scarce inaugural medal from the fourth term inauguration of Franklin D. Roosevelt. 1945. he designer was Jo Davidson and the medal was minted by the United States Mint. This is the official medal and very elusive for collectors. the medal was encased in a lucite display frame and titled Franklin Delano Roosevelt Fourth Inauguration 1945. . A very nfine example with no visible dents, dings or bruises. If you appreciate fine condition this is the medal for you. Learn More
  12. Abraham Lincoln 1862 Battle of the Potomac

    1862 Abraham Lincoln Address To Troops - Battle of Fredicksburg


    This is Lincoln's address "To The Army of the Potomac, dated December 22, 1862. This one sheet address was issued after the Battle of Federicksburg during the Civil War. Executive Mansion, Washington, In this address President Abraham Lincoln tried to boost the spirits of the Army of the Potomac after the Battle of Fredericksburg emphasizing the bravery of the troops on crossing and re-crossing the river against entrenched enemies. He congratulates the troops that the number of dead and wounded were "comparatively so small" and offers his condolences to the mourners of he dead. Very good condition for this historical and important document, with only minor edge wear. Inscription in pen on the back which appears to mention a 1st Lt Robbins and a Captain Mickham, but the names are hard to read. Learn More
  13. Taft Bryan Cartoon Button

    1908 Taft Bryan Presidential Mascot Race Button


    Scarce William Howard Taft voters Win the Presidential Mascot Race. Features cartoon of Taft on a G.O.P. Republican elephant beating William Jennings Bryan on a Democratic donkey. Taft is holding a "big stick" that says "T.R.'ism" with graphic of voters in the grandstand behind the race. There is a companion button that shows Bryan leading Taft at one point in the race (not included). Whitehead & Hoag back paper. Learn More
  14. President Richard Nixon Autograph

    1968 Richard Nixon Key Biscayne Airplane Autograph


    In 1988 Richard Nixon the owner of this Key Biscayne newspaper was on an airplane and President Richard Nixon just happened to be on the same plane. Never one to shy away from celebrities, he approached Mr. Nixon and spoke with him and mentioned that he too was from Key Biscayne, Florida like President. The owner happened to have a copy of the local newspaper "The Islander News" with him and Mr. Nixon was happy to sign it. Not only sign it but he inscribed it "Richard Nixon 1-16-88 Formerly Bay Lane, Key Biscayne. at the top of the newspaper right next to the rubber stamp "Royal Biscayne Beach Hotel and Racquet Club" Fun item and comes with our 100% guarantee of authenticity. It is nicely matted, with tape at the four corners, and ready for framing should you so desire. It can be shipped with or without the matting. Learn More
  15. Texas Welcome Dinner Invitation

    Rare John F Kennedy Dinner Invitation To Cancelled Assassination Event


    This is an original invitation to perhaps the most famous event that never took place. The Texas Welcome Dinner schedule for November 22nd 1963 in Austin Texas. President John F. Kennedy was headed next to Austin for this event sponsored by The State Democratic Executive Committee. The young President was assassinated that day and the event never took place. This is an original and official invitation to the event that includes the original envelope mailed November 6th from Austin Texas to a business owner in Texas and forwarded to their new address in Wichita Falls on November 11th. It is not known whether the invitation actually arrived after the assassination but the owner kept this invitation for the last 45 years. This is a unique opportunity to acquire a truly unique piece of history that is bound to increase in value in the years to come. Learn More

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  • 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.
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