1940 "papa - I Don't Want Elliott As My Captain" 1 1/4" Campaign Button


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1940 "papa - I Don't Want Elliott As My Captain" 1 1/4" Campaign Button:
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<img border="0"><br><a target="_blank"><img borVERY GOODCONDITION ON THIS NICE APPROX1 1/4" CELLULOID 1940WENDELL WILLKIECAMPAIGN BUTTON. Recently we purchased the largest collection of Political Campaign and Historical Memorabilia that we have ever had the opportunity to buy. A collector from the Eastern U.S. who has been a member of the A.P.I.C. for over 50 years sold us his holdings which consisted of tens of thousands of buttons, ribbons, paper, 3-D and other campaign and collectible items. PoliticalParade will be offering this material for years to come with no reserve. Don’t miss this chance to add many unusual and unlisted items to your collection from this incredible collection! All items we sell are 100% original and guaranteed to be authentic! Items are described according to their condition and all sales are final. Good luck! E-mail us with any questions.


1940 "papa - I Don't Want Elliott As My Captain" 1 1/4" Campaign Button:
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