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  1. Write in Dick Gregory President

    1968 Peace And Freedom Protest Candidate Dick Gregory


    Write in Dick Gregory President Peace and Freedom button". 1968 Peace and Freedom Candidate for President, Black Civil Rights Advocate Comedian Dick Gregory on anti-war Third Party ticket in many states. Also seen as a Vietnam Peace Movement candidate. Original Learn More
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    1963 John F Kennedy Assassination Memorial Charm Bracelet


    Attractive souvenir charm bracelet issued after the assassination of President John F Kennedy as a memorial item. The token on the left includes a portrait of JFK, his famous words from his inaugural address "As now what your country can do for you but what you can do for your country." Dangling letters form the name Kennedy. Includes an attractive felt gift box. Original. Learn More
  3. Truman Barkley Pennsylvania Photograph

    1948 Vintage Truman Barkley Rally Pittsburgh Pennsylvania


    Original photograph of huge crowd gathered at campaign rally for Harry Truman, October 23, 1948 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and the Hunt Armory. From the archive of a Pennsylvania daily newspaper. With date stamp and title on the reverse. Learn More
  4. Donald Trump Inaugural Medals Offical

    Donald Trump 2017 Official Inaugural Medal Ohio Republican Party


    OFFICIAL TRUMP INAUGURAL MEDAL OF THE OHIO REPUBLICAN PARTY 2017. With the original presentation case and stand. 70mm. Bronze. Peer Hansen, Sc. (Medalcraft Mint). Choice Unc. Housed in its original presentation box with wooden stand. Obverse with a high relief front facing bust of President Trump with just a hint of a smile. His name, DONALD J. TRUMP is inscribed above. The reverse legend reads: FORTY-FIFTH PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA INAUGURATED JANUARY 20, 2017 around a representation of the American eagle as it appears on the Presidential Seal. The edge is inscribed MEDALCRAFT MINT at 12:00 and OHIO OIM 2017 at 6:00. This medal was commissioned by the Ohio Republican Party. The Trump obverse was chosen from a selection of obverse designs commissioned by Medalcraft for submission to the Official Inaugural Committee as its official medal. However, due to the indecision of the Trump Inaugural Committee, the Ohio party was given its choice of all of the Medalcraft designs. Learn More
  5. John F Kennedy Cow Palace Speech ticket

    1960 John F Kennedy Peace Corp Cow Palace Ticket


    In the mad rush leading up to the 1960 presidential election between Democrat John F Kennedy and Republican Richard Nixon, JFK made a key campaign stop at the famous Cow Palace in San Francisco, California. The event was held a week before election day and included a major address regarding he introduced his concept of the Peace Corp. This is an original ticket to the event. Learn More
  6. 1969 Dick Gregory President in Exile Needed Poster - Vietnam Era

    1969 Dick Gregory President in Exile Needed Poster - Vietnam Era


    1969. Original poster, in black on white stock, measuring a large 22.75" x 17.75") Produced after comedian and political activist Dick Gregory's failed 1968 run for presidency as a write-in candidate for the Freedom and Peace Party which broke off from the Peace and Freedom Party, that had elected Eldridge Cleaver as their presidential nominee. Designed in the style of a typical "Wanted" flyer, with mugshot-like photographs of Gregory, the word "Needed" rather than "Wanted". Very interesting and dramatic black political history and Vietnam era poster. We were fortunate to have recently acquired a large group of these historic posters. As a result of this purchase, we are offering the poster to our customers at less than half what they normally sell for. Learn More
  7. President Jimmy Carter White House Signing Pen

    Scarce President Jimmy Carter White House Pen Set


    Scarce President Jimmy Carter White House Pen. The Parker Bill Signer pen has a silver top and a green barrel which has Carter's signature and the words The White House in gold. The pen comes with its original green and gold case featuring the Presidential seal and Carter's signature in silver. The pen which is getting hard to find as Carter did not have many giveaways in office. Learn More
  8. United States Presidential Seal

    24" Lightweight Easy Hang Presidential Seal Plaque


    This attractive wall plaque displays the United States Presidential Seal. Each plaque is produced on a special glossy 3/16" lightweight gatorboard. Perfect for events, schools, offices and anywhere that you are looking for a dramatic presentation. Our special light weight product is easy to hang without nails since it can be hung with velcro like tape - especially useful for hanging on fabric backdrops or anywhere that you prefer not to use nails. This is our largest 24" diameter version. Made in the USA Learn More
  9. First Lady Barbara Bush Gift

    1982 First Lady Barbara Bush Handwritten Note to U.S. Ambassador


    Handwritten note from First Lady Barbara Bush to the wife of U.S. Ambassador to Australia thinking her and the Ambassador. "I can't tell you how much George and I enjoyed our stay! You and Bob gave us first class treatment and besides that we enjoying being with you both so very much! We'll get pictures off to you soon - meanwhile so many thanks> have a good time as you both are very good at your job. With affection & gratitude, Barbara - Good dinner!" At the time, Barbara Bush was the Second Lady of the United States since her husband was not inaugurated President until 1989 On the official two-sided Note card of the Vice President, Washington D.C. Dated May 3, 1982 This card was part of a collection of items from the collection of the U.S. Ambassador. Comes with our 100% guarantee of authenticity. Learn More
  10. Hayes Wheeler Ribbon

    1876 Hayes & Wheeler Campaign RIbbon


    Scare and original Rutherford B. Hayes and William A. Wheeler small campaign ribbon from the highly controversial 1876 election.. Gold Eagle atop patriotic shield with 12 stars. Beneath is an American flag and the portraits of Hayes and Wheeler. Original. Fabric ribbon - looks somewhat like burlap. Learn More
  11. Dump Trump buttons

    Anti Donald Trump Attack Buttons - Dump Trump -500


    Group of five hundred anti Donald Trump attack buttons, including Dump Trump. Nice group of buttons. You get a great mixture of the five different buttons in the photos. Learn More
  12. 1863 Original Framed Abraham Lincoln Prayer Day Broadside

    1863 Original Framed Abraham Lincoln Prayer Day Broadside


    During one of the darkest times in this nation's history, the United States Senate passed a resolution asking President Abraham Lincoln to appoint a day of national prayer and fasting. The nation was in the middle of a great Civil War and the South seemed to have the upper hand. The nation's very existence was in jeopardy. At this time, President Abraham Lincoln issued proclamation on March 30, 1863 designating the day as a national day of humiliation, prayer and fasting. This is an original broadside document entitled "A PRAYER" that was distributed in 1863 to promote Lincoln's proclamation. "A prayer to be said by all good citizens on the day of Fasting & Prayer ordered by Abraham Lincoln. The Prayer....Amen." Exquisite gift item, ready for display. An beautiful FramedPresidents(TM) matted and framed collectible piece with archival quality matting and glass, adorned with a commemorative bronze plaque. Original document with new professional framing. Learn More
  13. 1953 Rare Kennedy Speech After Stevenson Defeat Handwritten Notes

    1953 Rare Kennedy Speech After Stevenson Defeat Handwritten Notes


    Original remarks of Senator John F. Kennedy at the Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner at the Hotel Dupont, Wilmington, Delaware, May 14, 1953 with original handwritten notes of Kennedy. This rare document with the notes of JFK in his own handwriting, are also a glimpse into how Kennedy's speeches involved last minute changes of direction. The three page of the speech includes five instances of notes that, then Senator Kennedy made in preparation for his speech- long before he ran for President of the United States. Some of the notes never made it into Kennedy's final speech, others show how Kennedy deleted certain comments and added others. For instance, Kennedy deleted a large section of a paragraph in the typed version regarding natural resources and the billions and billions of dollars of tideland resourced belong int to all the people to a few..." These are the first three pages of the speech. Apparently there was at one time a fourth. It could be that the fourth included no changes so it was not kept. The handwriting of Kennedy has been authenticated by a forensic document examiner and comes with this Certificate of Authenticity. In addition, we provide our own 100% guarantee of authenticity. Learn More
  14. 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. This original classic newspaper displays beautifully with the Dewey Defeats Truman headline bold and the iconic upside down type visible. This is actually not a complete newspaper, but rather just the front page and four additional pages but from the attractive display you would not know it. Overall we would rate the newspaper condition as very good. Typical overall toning after all these years. There is a small tear above the word "Daily" in "Chicago Daily Truman, that extends to the top edge of the paper 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 - new professional matting and frame - for a fraction of the price of a complete framed paper. Professionally framed and matted with archival quality glass and matting. A marvelous addition to your office, library or den. . Learn More
  15. Police Badge Of The White House Display

    Police Badges of The White House - Scarce Plaque


    Stunning Display of Sixteen Badges on elaborate wooden plaque entitled "Police Badges of The White House. Washington, D.C - 1997. Sixteen original badges are mounted on an inch thick, badge-shaped, wooden plaque measuring 20" x 26". An image of the South Portico of the White House is engraved at the top of a 6.5” x 6.5” metallic plate mounted in the top center on the plaque. Each badge is in very fine condition. The large shiny display plaque (which is difficult to photograph) at the top says “POLICE BADGES OF THE WHITE HOUSE,” with the following engraving: “The White House Police Force was created by an act of Congress at the request of President Warren G. Harding. It became operational on October 1, 1922, with a total of 33 Officers. These officers were furnished by the Metropolitan Police of the District of Columbia and the United States Park Police. Over the years the Force has grown in size and mandated responsibilities. The name of the organization has undergone two changes: ‘Executive Protection Service’ in March, 1970, and the ‘United States Secret Service Uniformed Division’ in November 1977“. The badges displayed on this plaque constitute a set of official, commemorative, and inaugural badges authorized and proudly worn with distinction and honor by members of the Force and are ‘Official’ badges worn since 1922. Commemorative badges have been issued to honor the American Bicentennial, the White House Bicentennial, the 75th Anniversary of the White House Police Force, and every Presidential Inaugural since 1981.” The plaque was also engraved, at a later date, “Circa 1997” – the 1981 and 1985 Reagan, 1989 Bush, and 1993 and 1997 Clinton inaugural badges are included. Eight representative badges encircle the metallic plate. The badge at top center, with no identifying plaque, is the one worn by officers of the “U.S. Secret Service / Uniformed Division” since 1978. The three commemorative badges identified above, titled “Anniversary Badges,” are displayed beneath the eight badges. At the lower edge of the wooden plaque are the five “Inaugural Badges.” At the request of President Harding, the White House Police Force was created in 1922 and, in 1930, it was placed under the supervision of the Secret Service. In 1970, the White House Police Force was renamed the Executive Protective Service and, in 1978, the U.S. Secret Service Uniformed Division. Exquisite collectible and decorative plaque that truly makes a statement. 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
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