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1932 Scarce James Curley & Franklin Roosevelt Victory Parade Button

SKU: EP1856

Availability: In stock

$785.00

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Very scarce Roosevelt & Curley: Victory Parade Jugate button. . Coattail jugate for James Michael Curley and FDR inscribed: "Victory Parade July 4, 1932". Lopez Badge & Novelty Company of Boston back paper. Interestingly, Past Governor of Massachusetts and Mayor of Boston. Colorful political figure to say the least - especially when you consider that he spent part of his term in prison. His big ego can be seen clearly on this button where Curley's photo appears on the left side (which is typically reserved for the candidate seeking the highest position in office which would have been Franklin D. Roosevelt.

The front of the button is in very good clean condition. The reverse has remnants of a ribbon that was once attached. There is no pin attached to the reverse so we assume it was attached to the ribbon. The backpaper from the Lopez Badge & Novelty Co, in Boston is still attached although loosely hold on by tape at one point in its history. Union insignia above the date of July 4, 1932. Original.


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1932 Scarce James Curley & Franklin Roosevelt Victory Parade Button

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Historical Notes

Curley served just one term as Governor of Massachusetts. During his term, he was accused of free spending and corruption.

Additional Information

Historical Notes Curley served just one term as Governor of Massachusetts. During his term, he was accused of free spending and corruption.
Condition used
Product Condition Very fine front. Backpaper present on reverse, signs of ribbon attached at one time, paper remnants on back rim
size 2 2/4" width
Price $785.00

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