The Kennedy Family

Collectibles and memorabilia from the lives of Robert and Ted Kennedy as well as Jacqueline Kennedy and the rest of the Kennedy family, including artifacts from what is often referred to as Camelot

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  1. 1972 EMK Edward Kennedy for President Campaign Button

    EMK Edward M. Kennedy campaign button from his '72 campaign button. From Edward Kennedy's unsuccessful run for the democratic nomination for President. Original, of course.
  2. Teddy in '72 Button

    Teddy in '72 campaign button. From Edward Kennedy's unsuccessful run for the democratic nomination for President. Original, of course.
  3. 1980 Iowa Wants Kennedy Carter Must Go Button

    Original pinback button from the 1980 campaign of Edward "Ted" Kennedy for the Democratic nomination for President. This is both a pro Ted Kennedy and Anti Carter button.
  4. 1984 Ted Kennedy for President Campaign Button

    One of our favorite Ted Kennedy buttons. Bold clear photo of Edward "Ted" Kennedy in the center with Democratic donkey logos to his right and left, and bright red circular band surrounding his photo with the words "Kennedy For President in 1984". Original
  5. Robert Kennedy campaign button

    Original button from the 1968 Democratic campaign of Robert Kennedy for President. Classic red, white and blue colors
  6. Robert Kennedy campaign broadside

    Original double sided campaign brochure from the presidential election campaign of Robert Kennedy. Produced by the Kennedy for President Committee, for the May 7th Indiana presidential primary. "On May 7, Indiana can choose the next President of the United States. Make your vote count.
  7. Robert For Kennedy for Senator

    Original two sided campaign flyer from the election campaign of Robert Kennedy for Senator of New York. The front side is a portrait of the soon to be assassinated presidential candidate along with a facsimile signature of Robert Kennedy. The reverse includes quotes and information on RFK with the headline "New York Deserves the Best - Robert F. Kennedy
  8. Rfk Peace Button

    Robert Kennedy peace symbol memorial button issued after the assassination of RFK. Original
  9. I Switched to Kennedy Button

    "I Switched to Kennedy" campaign button. From Edward Kennedy's unsuccessful run for the democratic nomination for President. Original, of course.
  10. Let's Lower The Voting Age to 10

    Let's Lower The Voting Age To 10 anti- Robert Kennedy campaign button. Classic, red,white and blue color. Original.
  11. Bobby Kennedy for United States Senator collectible

    Bold red, white and blue bumper sticker from the campaign of Robert Kennedy for United States Senator. Produced by the Robert F. Kennedy Committee for U.S. Senator. Original
  12. 1968 Ted Sorensen Presidential Politics Hunter College

    On April 21, 1968 Ted Sorensen, speechwriter for President John F. Kennedy, as well as one of his closest advisers, spoke at Hunter College on "Presidential Politics". The event was sponsored by Hunter College Young Democrats. As Sorenson was also s a major adviser of Robert F. Kennedy in Kennedy's 1968 presidential campaign his speech which was held during RFK's Presidential campaign. A simple mimeographed flyer inviting students to hear Sorensen on campaus
  13. Ted Kennedy For President & Senate Button Collection

    Nice group of eight (8) different buttons promoting Edward "Ted" Kennedy for President or Senatoe of the United States. Each button is original Includes several hard to find buttons. Original.
  14. Jackie Kennedy Stickpin Set

    1960's stickpin set of three different color varieties, featuring First Lady Jackie Kennedy. Original.
  15. 1968 Robert Kennedy For President Indiana Campaign Large Collectible

    Interesting Robert F Kennedy campaign item from his 1968 campaign for President.of the United States. Produced by the official Kennedy for President Commitee for distiribution in the State of Indiana in the Democratic primary. Large four page newspaper size piece with bold attractive photos of Robert "Bobby" Kennedy on the cover. The front can also be framed as a campaign poster if you desire. The inside pages discuss Kennedy as a "Man of Experience" and a "Man of Ideas" with numerous photographs. The primary was held just a month before Robert Kennedy was assassinated. Original.
  16. 1964 John F. Kennedy Memorial Keychains & Pendant / Charm

    Set of three (3) different jewelry items issued after the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. One is entitled "The Brothers Kennedy" with portraits and birth/death dates on the front. On the reverse is the phrase "They gave us of their ease, their wealth, their blood for others good", and was apparent a souvenir type item sold in Las Vegas. The second is a pewter keychain with a portrait of JFK on the front and the words "John F. Kennedy surrounding. The third is a cut out Liberty 1964 pendant or charm. Cutout jewelry was popular in the 1960's and 1970's. All are original.
  17. 1968 Ted Kennedy Huge Campaign Poster

    1968 Ted Kennedy campaign poster. Huge 3 1/2 foot poster Real statement maker for any room or office. Features large bold photo of Ted Kennedy. Produced Personality posters Mfg. Co, New York. Original. Apparently one of a series of posters produced in 1968.
  18. Jackie Kennedy Democratic Nomination Photo

    Original Associated Press (AP) Wire Photo titled "Waves To Well Wishers". Mrs. John F. Kennedy waves to neighbors who gathered at the home of her father-in-law, Joseph P. Kennedy, Sr., after a press conference at Hyannis Port, Mass., today. Her husband Sen. Kennedy became the Democratic nominee for President on the first ballot at Los Angeles last night, (AP Wirephoto) (Woo61245nb) 1960. Original, with Associated Presss WIrephoto notice stamped on back and a notation from an editor "Mrs. John Kennedy" and the rubber stamp Jul 15 1960.
  19. President John F. Kennedy Keychain Collection (7)

    Collection of seven (7) different keychains issued after the assassination of John F. Kennedy. Each one different, several are inscribed with JFK's famous inaugural speech wording "Ask not what your country can do for you - ask what you can do for your country". Variety of designs and sizes inlcuding one that is a memorial to JFK on one side and his brother Robert Kennedy on the reverse and another that is both a keychain and a lighter. Original.
  20. John F Kennedy Keychain Collection 8

    Collection of eight (8) different keychains issued during John F. Kennedy's term in office or after his death. Each one different, several are inscribed with JFK's famous inaugural speech wording "Ask not what your country can do for you - ask what you can do for your country". Variety of designs and sizes. Original.
  21. Robert Kennedy assassination card

    After the assassination of Robert F. Kennedy, Senator and Mrs. Edward "Ted" Kennedy sent out cards to individuals who expressed their condolences to the Kennedy family upon the death of Edward Kennedy's brother Robert Kennedy. "Our heartfelt appreciation for your thoughtfulness and your prayers - Senator and Mrs. Edward M. Kennedy". These cards were sent for several years after the assassination. This card was mailed from Washington D.C. and includes the original envelope and, of course, the original card. Scarce
  22. Bobby Kennedy Poster

    This is an original campaign poster from the 1968 campaign of Bobby Kennedy for the Democratic nomination for President. Interesting, creative and 60's style psychedelic appearance. Looks great framed! One of the most interesting Robert Kennedy posters we've seen.
  23. Jacqueline Kennedy Christmas Card

    Original Christmas Card designed and painted by Jacqueline Kennedy.The cards entitled Glad Tidings were produced by Hallmark Cards as a fund raising event for the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington D.C.
  24. Early Robert Kennedy Campaign Poster New York

    Elect Johnson, Humphrey, Kennedy and the entire Democratic ticket 1964 New York State Coattail (three candidates on one item) poster. Robert Kennedy was running for New York State Senator a year after the assassination of his brother, President John F. Kennedy and four years before Robert himself was assassinated. Produced by the Amalgamated Lithographers, Local 1 of Greater New York. Original.
  25. PT109 Movie Poster

    Original very large size (27" x 40 1/2") movie poster displayed at a theater for the special engagement of PT 109 "The true story of young John F. Kennedy and his actual wartime adventure in the South Pacific. A remarkable insight into the qualities inherent in this man that were to later make him a legend in his own time." Featuring Cliff Robertson, James Gregory and Robert Culp. Presented by Warner Brothers. Authentic. Would look fantastic framed.
  26. 1968 Huge Classic Robert Kennedy for President Orignal Campaign Poster

    Huge Robert "Bobby" Kennedy for President poster. Bold classic photo of the young Presidential candidate with the iconic one word description KENNEDY at the top. From his 1968 presidential campaign. Produced by the "Kennedy For President' Committee, Washington, D.C. Original. If you are searching for a statement piece that will stand out in any room this is it. This is the version with the white background.
  27. Edward Ted Kennedy autograph photo

    Signed photograph from Edward "Ted" Kennedy(1932-2009) U.S. Senator from Massachusetts in 1962 to fill the seat vacated by his brother the President- serving until his death. Ran against incumbent President Jimmy Carter for the Democratic nomination in 1980. Personal tragedies cut short Kennedy's presidential aspirations. Remained an important voice in the Senate and in the Democratic party. Photo is of a young Kennedy with presidential ambitions. Comes with our 100% guarantee of authenticity. Does not come with a Certificate.

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