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  1. Dr Ben Carson Campaign Buttons

    Dr Ben Carson 2016 Campaign Buttons Set of FIVE


    Set of five different Dr. Ben Carson buttons promoting his run for the 2016 Republican nomination for President. Each button is different and each is in brand new mint condition. Perfect for campaign parties, rallies, give them to friends or co-workers or wear them proudly. Today's campaign buttons are tomorrow's collectibles! Large 2 1/4" diameter Learn More
  2. Donald Trump Buttons

    Trump For President Set of 8 Different Campaign Buttons


    Set of eight (8) different Donald Trump for President buttons for his 2016 run for President. All are in mint brand new condition. Share them with friends, wear a different one every day, keep them for your own personal collection or use them for a fundraising event! Learn More
  3. Gerald Ford Bobblehead

    Just Released President Gerald Ford Bobblehead


    Gerald R. Ford, the 38th President of the United States, was born July 14, 1913, in Omaha, Nebraska. When Vice President Spiro Agnew resigned in October 1973, President Richard Nixon nominated Ford to fill the vacancy. Ford was sworn in on December 6, after confirmation by Congress. Eight months later, Nixon resigned due to the Watergate scandal. Gerald Ford was sworn in as President on August 9, 1974. Brand new mint condition Gerald Ford bobblehead with collectible gift box. Original. Learn More
  4. Communist Party Gus Hall poster

    Communist Party Presidential Candidate 1976 Anit Ford & Carter Poster


    "Sure Ford Is An Evil, But Is Jimmy Carter A Lesser Evil?" Four page foldout poster from the 1976 campaign of Communist Party Candidate for President Gus Hall and Vice Presidential Candidate Jarvis Tyner. Original. Learn More
  5. 2016 Campaign Buttons

    Amazing Group of 23 Different 2016 Presidential Candidates Button Set


    Amazing collection of 23 buttons from the 2016 campaigns of twenty three different candidates for the Republican and Democratic nominations for President. You get all 23 large 2 1/4" diameter buttons in brand new mint condition all in one instant collection. How many names can you remember! .Some are still in contention, others have dropped out and still others we can barely remember they were potential candidates! Learn More
  6. 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
  7. 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
  8. Theodore Roosevelt 1904 campaign button

    1904 Theodore Roosevelt Wishbone Campaign Button -Scarce Size


    1904 Theodore "Teddy" Roosevelt campaign button. We've seen this button in a 1 1/4" and 1 3/4" diameter size before, but never in this larger 2 1/8" size. The smaller sizes are hard enough to find but this one is particularly scarce. It features a photo of Roosevelt in the center of a wishbone with classic patriotic colors to the size. Original. Learn More
  9. United States Senate Coat of Arms Gift

    1949 United States Senate Vintage Ceramic Wall Plaque


    Interesting United States Senate plaque that once hung in the office of Sergeant at Arms Joe C. Duke. Duke was Sergeant-at_arms of the Senate from 1949-1953 and again 1955-1965. Weighing nearly three pounds it is a handpainted plaque with raised graphics and lettering. A representation of the Senate Coat of Arms with the word Liberty at the top. On the reverse it is signed by F. Lundholm Wash 49. We do not know who Mr. or Ms. Lundholm was. An interesting conversation piece from the office of a man that "escorted Presidents and walked with kings". This is part of a collection we acquired from the estate of Joe Duke. If you're looking for a one-of-a-kind item from the U.S. Senate or Harry Truman's term as President, this is it! “ Learn More
  10. 1865 Grover Cleveland Ticket

    Grover Cleveland 1885 Inaugural Ball Ticket


    Original numbered ticket to the 1885 inaugural ball of President Grover Cleveland. He is the only President to have served two non-consecutive terms, (in 1885 and 1893. Learn More
  11. John F Kennedy Assassination UPI Teletype Archive

    John F. Kennedy Assassination Oswald & Ruby Teletype Archive


    1963 JOHN F. KENNEDY ASSASSINATION, Oswald & Ruby UPI Teletype Archive. Absolutely fascinating archive of original UPI wire service teletypes to Channel 12 in West Palm Beach Florida where the owner of these documents worked and passed these documents on to his granddaughter. These original teletypes are in seven separate rolls as they came off the teletype the days after the Assassination. Several of the teletypes are over 14 feet long - reading these documents feels like you are back in 1963 as you read the news as it happened. Stories about the aftermath of the Kennedy assassination interspersed with sports news and even the weather. Includes comments on President Kennedy's assassination, the arrest of Oswald, background information on Kennedy, the funeral procession, quotes from Ruby and police, worldwide leaders and so much more. The number of spelling errors adds to the drama as you realize the pressure reporters were under to spread the word on events so quickly. Here is just a quick look at the opening sentences of some of the reports. * The Nation’s Capital was under lingering sadness but clear, cold skies today as it prepared for the removal of President Kenned’s body from the White House to the Capitol, where it will lie in State in the Great Rotunda * Dallas County District Attorney Henry Wade says he has “enough evidence” to try Lee Oswald for the murder of President Kennedy * Lee Harvey Oswald, Accused Presidential Assassin, was shot today as he was being transferred to anoner jail * Police Chief Jesse Curry said he was preparing a statement. A wild scene developed in the basement of city hall. At one point, detectives and police offers, trying to get the wounded Oswald back in the booking office, jammed themselves in the doorway and got struck * Oswald’s head wobbled back and forth as the stretch was slid into the ambulance * The Cuban Government has denied any knowledge or connection with the slayer of President Kennedy. The majority of the teletypes comes from November 24, 1963. There are a few from November 21st which we found particularly ominous, particularly when one story talked about the Kennedy's upcoming to to Texas and one in particular that says "Tonight the President and the First Lady will fly on to Fort Worth where they will spend the night. Tomorrow they will visit Dallas. Amazing pieces of history Learn More
  12. Oval Office Rug

    Great Seal of the United States Presidential Rug


    A truly amazing and impressive gift item will make anyone feel like a President. Handmade and hand tufted by artisans from 100% New Zealand Wool, it measures a full 5 feet in diameter and will look great in your den, library or even your office. What an attention getter! The rug bears the emblem of The Great Seal of the United States, the very same design that has adorned the President's oval office for decades. Please don't confuse this with cheap imitations. The superior workmanship is obvious. A very distinguished and quality item that will please you or the individual who is lucky enough to receive it. Features: * Hand-tufted * New Zealand wool * Navy blue with tan border * Five-foot diameter * Beautiful five-foot round wool rug For international orders please confirm shipping cost with us prior to ordering. The item is very heavy and delivery costs vary. "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. Richard Nixon Framed Autograph

    Vintage Richard Nixon Autograph Framed & Matted Display


    Exquisite framed and matted display with an original signature of Richard M. Nixon together with an original official photograph and commemorative bronze plaque. The authentic signature is no doubt from Nixon's early days in political life when he signed items as "Dick Nixon" as opposed to the more formal "Richard Nixon" during his Presidential terms and beyond. Professionally matted and framed with archival quality glass and matting. It is part of the FramedPresidents(TM) series of one-of-a-kind and unique presidential items. Each comes with a 100% guarantee of authenticity and a Certificate of Authenticity. Learn More
  14. Rare James Garfield Military Commission

    1881 James A. Garfield SIGNED Navy Commission Document


    James A. Garfield - Document Signed as President

    A beautiful and extremely rare naval appointment document signed as President, "James A. Garfield," Dated April 22nd, 1881. President Garfield appointed James “Commodore” Bull as Lieutenant in the Navy in the service of the United States. This commission document is beautifully signed by President Garfield and countersigned by Secretary of the Navy William Hunt. In Very Fine, excellent clean condition, The blue seal at the bottom is intact and remains in near perfect condition. Includes very attractive naval engravings at both the top and bottom of the page.

    Official documents that were signed by James Garfield while in office are extremely rare since Garfield was shot July 2nd, 1881 less than four months after his inauguration as President.

     Garfield served as the 20th President of the United States . He was assassinated at the hands of Charles J. Guiteau . He was a proponent of a strong Navy and had planned to enhance the United States' military strength abroad, and asked Navy Secretary Hunt to investigate the condition of the navy with an eye toward expansion and modernization. Just fifteen years after the Civil War the state of the U.S. Navy had significantly declined and many of the ships were in disrepair. The plans came to an abrupt halt upon his assassination.

    Garfield documents signed as President are amongst the rarest presidential autographs and are a key item in any Presidential autograph collection.

    The document measures approximately 15 ½” x 19 ½” and is in excellent condition with expected thin and crisp intersecting storage folds Comes with our 100% guarantee of authenticity along with a Certificate of Authenticity.

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