Authentic "third Liberty Loan" 1918 Pinback Button Ww I War Bond Pin For Sale
THIRD LIBERTY LOAN
Red & blue 3/4-inch cello pin has blue-line drawing of the Liberty Bell.
White-lettered caption reads, THIRD LIBERTY LOAN.
WHITEHEAD & HOAG CO., as stated on backpaper; union stamp on backpaper.
Pin is in great shape, colors are bright & sharp -- no rust anywhere; backpaper is crisp & clean with zero evidence of aging.The Third Liberty Loan Act was a liberty bond sold during World War I that help defray war expenses of the USA.
The bonds were primarily sold by Girl Scouts & Boy Scouts.
They were essentially loans taken by the government promising to repay all citizens who bought war bonds.
The loans allowed for 3 billion dollars in bonds at a 4 percent interest rate.IMPORTANT INFORMATION; PLEASE READ BEFORE YOU offer
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