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  1. Kennedy and Johnson Button

    Kennedy and Johnson classic campaign button in red, white and blue colors. Original
  2. Kennedy cope button

    Original pinback button from the 1960 campaign of President John F. Kennedy. Cope was short for Committee on Political Education and organization affiliated with the AFL-CIO union.
  3. Students For Kennedy Button

    This is an original button from the election campaign of John F. Kennedy in 1960 for President of the United States. Button is 1 1/4" in diameter.
  4. Kennedy Memorial Button

    Robert Kennedy memorial button. Original. Black mourning ribbon in center with the name "Kennedy" in the center.
  5. John F. Kennedy Assassination Commemorative Scarf

    This colorful and patriotic scarf was produced after the assassination of President John F. Kennedy . Features a large colorful portrait of JFK surrounded by a border of American flags. Original souvenir type item. Rayon. Produced by Maruzzella.
  6. John F Kennedy First Day of Issue

    Commemorative card issued for the First Day of Issue of the John F. Kennedy U.S. postage stamp. Postmarked on the First Day of Issue, in JFK's hometown of Boston, Massachusetts. Attractive engraved portrait of the President by Artcraft cachets the leading producer of First Day Covers in that error. Includes the famous line from his speech "Ask Not What Your Country Can Do For You, But What You Can Do For Your Country." Franked with the 5c JFK Memorial stamp
  7. Kennedy vari - vue

    The classic John F. Kennedy portrait button as President. No writing, just the bold portrait of President Kennedy. Original Red rim. Manufactured by the Vari Vue company.
  8. John F Kennedy Bobblehead

    This very high quality, hand-painted polyresin bobblehead shows John F. Kennedy proudly holding his Pulitzer Prize-winning book, "Profiles in Courage." This product is shipped in a colorful collectors box, securely packaged in molded styrofoam protection.
  9. Kennedy for President 68 button

    Original button from the campaign of Robert F. Kennedy for President. Democratic blue and white colors.
  10. John F Kennedy vari-vue button

    Attractive button from the presidency of John F. Kennedy. Original
  11. Kennedy Pocket Knife Collectible

    This is an original vintage souvenir pocket knife issued just after the assassination of John F. Kennedy as President of the United States. It features a small portrait of the slain President and the words "John F. Kennedy 1917-1963.
  12. If i were 21 I'd vote for Kennedy button

    Original button from the campaign of John F. Kennedy for President. "If I Were 21 I'd Vote For Kennedy". White background with red and blue type.Large 3 1/2" diamater size
  13. RFK Today for President Button

    Original button from the campaign of Robert F. Kennedy for President. Designed in the popular psychedelic style of the 1960's and 1970's. RFK Today
  14. John F Kennedy flasher Button

    Original flasher button from the campaign of John F Kennedy for President. The view changes as you move the button. "He Will Win Kennedy for President". One of the harder to find versions of the popular flasher button.
  15. John F Kennedy Our Next President Button

    Original campaign button from the 1960 presidential campaign of John F Kennedy. "John F Kennedy Our Next President" Great red, white and blue patriotic design with photo of the next president in the center.
  16. Welcome President John F Kennedy sign

    Large light plastic clear sign "welcome president John F Kennedy" with portrait drawing of John F Kennedy with five stars above his head. Original. The poster is actually clear see-thru, we placed a white sheet behind it when taking the photo so you could see the design clearly.
  17. John F Kennedy For President Button

    Original classic button from the campaign of John F. Kennedy for President of the United States. Features a bold large photo of Kennedy in the center. Large 6" version.
  18. John F Kennedy Half Dollar Gold on Silver Cut Out Tie Tack

    Gorgeous 2-Toned Gold on Silver John F Kennedy Half Dollar Coin Tie-Tack. Each one of these real coinsd is first layered in pure Bright Silver. Then the figures of each are highlighted and brought to life with rich pure 24K Gold (this gold work is done by hand). This breathtaking and exclusive work turns these coin into stunning and true works of art. Each coin is hermetically sealed against wear in clear, hard acrylic coating. Mounted on a black fabric background in a nice plastic jewelry box.
  19. John F Kennedy Half Dollar Gold on Silver Cut Necklace

    Stunning John F Kennedy Half Dollar 2-Toned Gold & Silver Cut Coin Jewelry. First a small hole is drilled in the authentic JOhn F Kennedy half dollar coin, then a very fine jewelers saw blade is inserted through the hole and worked around the coins design, (by hand) cutting away the background. Thus leaving the coins figure floating inside it’s outer edge (rim). The figure is then selectively layered (by hand) in Brilliant Gold & Silver. Each work of art comes complete, on 14K gold layered (either 18 or 24 inch) rope chain and in a nice jewelry box. Great gift item
  20. Ted kennedy for President sign

    1980 Bold blue and white large cardboard sign / poster from Ted Kennedy's ill fated campaign for the Democratic nomination for President. Would look great framed. Original, of course and seldom seen.
  21. Robert Kennedy Campaign Poster

    Original cardboard poster sign from the 1980 presidential campaign of Ted Kennedy. "Paid for and Authorized by the Committee to Elect "Kennedy for President". Bold, attractive poster.
  22. John F. Kennedy vintage campaign ticket

    Original ticket to the November 6, 1957 Diner and Rally honoring John F. Kennedyheld in Topeka Kanas when Kennedy was still the U.S. Senator from Massachusetts and beginning his successful campaign for President. This is a numbered ticket (69A) and an interesting early example of Kennedy campaign memorabilia.
  23. Kennedy Half Dollar Bolo Tie

    Gorgeous 2-Toned “Gold on Silver” U.S. Coin Bolo Ties. Each coin comes on a nice (soft) bolo cord in a gift box. Actual Kennedy half dollar genuine U.S. Coin. Gold and silver eagle. Great fit item.
  24. Kennedy Money Clip

    Gorgeous 2-toned coin gold and silver Kennedy half dollar folding money clips. Each coin comes mounted on a genuine leather “Cowhide” Magnetic money clip with card case. Handcrafted. Presidential Seal. These will hold just one bill or a number of bills These folding money clips have card slots that will hold up to 3 credit cards with clear back side window for ID. Total size is 2-¾ X 3-3/8th inch. All come individually boxed. Comes in black gift box.
  25. Kennedy for U.S. Senator

    Vintage Kennedy for U.S. Senator window sticker. From the senate run of John F Kennedy of Massachusetts. Original. Truly the most coveted early Kennedy bumper sticker from the campaign for U.S. senate. Before today we have only had one of these elusive items in stock. We were fortunate to have recently discovered five. First come first served.
  26. John F kennedy 1959 scarce program

    In 1959 John F. Kennedy, not yet a formal candidate for the Democratic nomination for President, took what was called a " political 'fact finding' tour of Louisiana," He was the featured speaker at the Democratic Party Dinner held October 15th at the Roosevelt Hotel in New Orleans. This not often seen four page original program from the event, includes the dinner menu, a list of sponsors and a program of speakers.
  27. John F Kennedy Red Cross Scarce Poster

    Original Red Cross poster. Black and white photo of group of teens meeting with President John F. Kennedy. Bold and attractive and would look great framed. "Teen Red Cross Leaders of 42 nations visit President Kennedy" in red lettering is superimposed on the bottom of the photo with Red Cross logo. Not often seen. JFK met with International youth delegates at the White House as part of the American Red Cross program, Operation VISTA (Visit of International Students to America). The program brought 112 youth delegates from 42 countries to the United States in order to acquaint the youth of other countries with the humanitarian ideals and values of Red Cross service, and to establish new avenues of communication for humanitarian purposes among youth.

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