Tuesday, January 25, 2011
Submitted by Jeff:
"Aggies" is the nickname for Texas A&M University. Maroon is the A&M school color. A&M students and alums are rabid collectors of all kinds of aggie memorabilia, and I haven't seen any of this particular button for sale. I'm the original owner, and I believe it's from the 68 campaign when I was still in college in Texas, but it might be the 72 campaign. 2 1/4" Diameter. Excellent condition with some age wear on edges as shown in the picture. Back has some evidence of light wear but no rust and very shiny, pin is like new
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Sunday, January 9, 2011
Submitted by Julie:
Found this old McKinley / Hobart campaign handkerchief in a trunk , is it worth anything? it's about 16 1/2 inches square, appears to be silk, a few brown age stains but no holes. fold marks from the way it was stored.
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Friday, January 7, 2011
Submitted by Lynn:
We have recently acquired the Woodrow Wilson campaign poster shown in the attached photos, and have been trying to authenticate it. We have inspected the poster and there are no markings/stamps/dates/etc on it. The only text is what you see in the photos under President Wilson's photo. Obviously, if it is authentic, it would have been from the 1912 Presidential Election, since the poster states that he is "Governor of New Jersey" at the time.
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Tuesday, January 4, 2011
Submitted by Debbie:
I have a small bar of soap from the 60s. It has a bridge on the front and the words Chappaquiddick Soap "It Sinks" Is there any value?
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