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  1. Donald Trump bobblehead 2016

    Donald Trump Bobblehead In Original Collectible Gift Box.


    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. Nixon Drinks Ripple Boycott Gallo Wines Cause Button Set

    Nixon Drinks Ripple Boycott Gallo Wines Cause Button Set


    Set of four different colors of the Nixon Drinks Ripple Boycott Gallo Wines cause button. Features President Nixon holding a glass of wine. United Farm Workers cause button. Original. Hard to find in all four different colors. Learn More
  3. Pat Paulsen for President Get Off The Pot Poster

    Pat Paulsen for President Get Off The Pot Poster


    Huge original poster promoting the satirical campaign of Pat Paulsen for President. Paulsen, one of the stars of the popular Smothers Brothers television shows, ran for president and actually did get some protest votes. Great novelty statement piece. "Vote Or Get Off The Pot" Learn More
  4. Nixon Resigns

    1974 Nixon Resigns Newspaper Photo


    Original Associated Press (AP) wirephoto from December 3, 1974. Pictures President Richard Nixon, together with is wife Pat, gives a farewell speech to the White House staff after announcing his resignation. From the archive of an East Coast daily newspaper. On the reverse there is a clipping of the actual photograph that ran in the newspaper. Learn More
  5. 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
  6. Truman speech in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania

    1949 Harry Truman & Taft-Hartley Act in Pittsburgh


    Original Associated Press WirePhoto from September 5 1949 taken in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania where President Harry Truman spoke before a crowd estimated at 100,000 at Allegheny Country Free Fair. In his speech Truman defended the 81st Congress and promised to carry on the fight for repeal of the Taft-Hartley Act. Look at the top of the photograph and you will see a motorcycle on the high wire ready for its act at the fair! On the reverse is the official Associated Press stamp, as well as a typed caption. This photo comes from the archive of a daily Pennsylvania newspaper. Learn More
  7. Truman campaign for Roosevelt in Pennsylvania

    1944 Truman Campaign Rally in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania Photo


    Bold and dramatic original photograph taken November 2, 1944 when Truman was still "Senator Truman" during a campaign stop for President Roosevelt in East Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Incredible photograph of a heavily male crowd and Truman addressing the crowd that was so large that many can actually be seen behind the podium. This photograph was used in a Pennsylvania daily newspaper, and includes on the reverse a copy of a portion of the photo that actually appeared in the newspaper. On the front you can see how the newspaper intended to "crop" the photograph by applying whiteout to show the press room where to crop the photograph. Would look great framed Learn More
  8. John F Kennedy campaign photograph

    1960 Kennedy Dramatic Confetti Shower Photograph Pennsylvania


    Original dramatic Associated Press (AP) Wirephoto. Octobre 15, 1960 taken in Johnstown, Pennsylvania - Great photo of Kennedy in a convertible traveling thru a confetti shower showing support for the young candidate for President. On the reverse is the official Associated Press Wirephoto stamp. Comes from the archive of a Pennsylvania daily newspaper where they trimmed the top edge (not effecting the photo) before sending the photo to press. Learn More
  9. 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
  10. United States Presidential Seal

    14" 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 14" diameter version. Made in the USA Learn More
  11. Collection of 67 Different President Richard Nixon Campaign Buttons

    Collection of 67 Different President Richard Nixon Campaign Buttons


    Nice collection of sixty seven (67) different campaign buttons, pins and lapel tabs from the campaigns of Richard Nixon for President of the United States Great mixture of different campaign slogans. All are original buttons of course. Learn More
  12. 1956 U.S. Senator John F. Kennedy for Vice President Button

    1956 U.S. Senator John F. Kennedy for Vice President Button


    Original classic button promoting U.S. Senator John F Kennedy for Vice President. 1956 campaign. Kennedy was being promoted as a serious candidate for Vice President at the Democratic National Convention. The original owner of this pin made its preferences known by literally scratching off the word "Vice" and leaving it to read President. On one hand It's a shame that the button was marked this way, but also a sign of what JFK meant to many voters as well as a unique opportunity to acquire this much sought after button for a fraction of its typical price. At the 1956 Democratic National Convention, John F Kennedy gave the nominating speech for the party's presidential nominee, Adlai Stevenson II. Senator Estes Kefauver of Tennessee but receiving national exposure as a result. Learn More
  13. 1959 Dwight Eisenhower White House Christmas Gift Print

    1959 Dwight Eisenhower White House Christmas Gift Print


    Original 1959 White House issued large Christmas card/print from President Dwight D. Eisenhower. This official large Christmas print measures approx 13" x 17" and was produced exclusively for President Eisenhower by HALLMARK Card Co. Print is from an original painting by President Eisenhower titled Mount Eisenhower. HALLMARK produced this print in a very limited production of roughly 2,200 to be given by President Eisenhower as his official Presidential Christmas gift in 1959 to his close personal friends and staff in the White House here in Washington, D.C. This Christmas print is still in its original presentation mat/folder, even with the original outer envelope. Scare, highly collectible and in excellent condition. Buy with confidence check our excellent ebay feedback rating. Learn More
  14. Woodrow Wilson Inaugural Medal

    1913 Woodrow Wilson Official Inaugural Medal


    1913 Official Inaugural Medal for the first term inauguration of President Woodrow Wilson. If you are familiar with this medal you know that it is very hard to find in very good to fine condition. Learn More
  15. 1960 Scarce Youth For Kennedy Campaign Button

    1960 Scarce Youth For Kennedy Campaign Button


    Original classic Youth For Kennedy campaign button. Promotes John F Kennedy during the 1960 presidential campaign. One of the most sought after JFK buttons. Learn More
  16. 1860 Abraham Lincoln Hannibal Hamlin Ferrotype Button

    1860 Abraham Lincoln Hannibal Hamlin Ferrotype Button


    This is an original and authentic button from the 1860 campaign of Abraham Lincoln for President and Hannibal Hamlin for Vice President. This is a ferrotype style button. Around the rim it says "Lincoln Hamlin" on the front and reverse. The photo of President Lincoln was taken when Lincoln was beardless. A very fine example of an increasingly scarce button. Holed at the top for hanging as charm or pendants issued. One of the better condition buttons we have seen of this smaller size ferrotype button, with very clear photos of both candidates. Learn More
  17. John F Kennedy 1953 Speech Handwritten Note 1

    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
  18. George Washington Autograph

    1780-1797 Rare George Washington Handwritten Free Frank


    Original handwriting of President George Washington, the 1st President of the United States. As we photographed this item we were struck by the overwhelming feeling of holding something in our hands that was once held by the first President of our great nation. While the item does not contain the signature of the President, it is written in Washington's own hand, and includes the customary notation in the lower left hand corner "President U.S." as a free frank, which allows U.S. Presidents to mail letters at no charge. The envelope is addressed to Mr. Eber Tucker of Little Egg Harbor, New Jersey. Would look remarkable framed. Comes with our 100% guarantee of authenticity and a Certificate of Authenticity from Frank Garo, Forensic Handwriting Examiner. Learn More
  19. The resolute desk

    The Resolute Desk - The Most Famous Desk in the World


    Now you can sit behind



    In 1880, England’s Queen Victoria - in a gesture of friendship (to the greatest democracy in the world) – gave U.S. President Rutherford B. Hayes a special gift. A desk. Designed and built by William Evenden at the Royal Navy Dockyard in Chatham, England. Made of solid mahogany to the most exacting specifications. With ornate carving and detailing. It was the desk of desks.

    Since that time, 23 American Presidents have sat behind The Resolute Desk. Teddy Roosevelt created America’s national parks during his term in the Oval Office. John F. Kennedy signed his landmark Civil Rights Bill seated at this desk. And Ronald Reagan signed numerous bills into law while seated behind the Resolute Desk...after he had it raised by two inches to accommodate his height and give him more knee room

    Named after the ship whose timber was used in its making, The Resolute Desk has been a first-hand witness to over 130 years of U.S. history.

    And now, you can make history of your own...with your own impeccable reproduction of this extraordinary, legendary desk.

    This is the very same reproduction desk now on display at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, California and the Richard Nixon Presidential Library in Yorba Linda, California. It is made of solid plantation-grown Honduras Mahogany and is the exact same size (72” X 48” X 32” high) as the Resolute Desk that now sits in the Oval Office.

    Our Resolute Desk is as true to the original as possible...right down to the separate 2” plinth that President Reagan ordered to give him extra knee room.

    This kind of superior “museum quality” and uncommon attention to detail is what makes our reproduction Resolute Desk a truly remarkable piece of furniture and a once-in-a-lifetime investment.

    We are proud to have helped many discerning individuals, collectors, corporations, movie production companies and government offices.

    Shipping the Resolute Desk in the continental United States is approximately $600 by White Glove service and will be billed separately. Our technicians will deliver, place int position and install. We will contact you immediately after your order is received and processed, and the delivery charge will be billed separately. International shipping and shipping to Alaska and Hawaii is available. Please email us at or call 888-477-9222 for details. This item is in stock and available for immediate shipment. Price - $7,995.00.

    Our knowledgeable and experience staff are always happy to also assist with numerous options, including color variations and woods, accessory items such as matching side chairs, President's chair, file cabinet and credenza. 

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  20. 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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  • I want to thank you both for your wonderful business. With my being deeply involved in the Political arena your business feeds to my love for Politics, I enjoy getting a hold of great Political Items that are part of History collecting these treasures are a personal Hobby to me! I have ordered from you both on a number of occasions and I have to say that I am truly amazed and I appreciate everything - the speedy response, to the great customer service, the speedy arrival of items purchased arriving on time to my doorstep when promised, and more. Thank again for all that you both do for this Country through your wonderful business. I endorse Lori Ferber Collectibles!
    Walter S, Michigan February 02, 2017
  • I just want to thank you for my recent order of political pins. I happen to stumble on your Website and glad I did. The items were just as advertised- and I will be ordering in the near future. Thanks again, Scott
    Scott K January 22, 2017
  • I appreciate everything - the speedy response, the customer service, and of course, the product itself. Often, I'm skeptical and think that online testimonials only post the positive feedback, or even make up feedback. I can tell from the service I received that not only were these testimonials legitimate (just like your products), but it is likely they are all so positive because I can't imagine you getting a negative review. Thank you so much. It was a pleasure working with you. This is how customer service is supposed to look and it is so refreshing! I'll certainly be back to purchase additional gifts for my history-buff boyfriend in the future.
    - Shoshana, Golden Valley Minnesota October 11, 2016
  • 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