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William Jennings Bryan and William McKinley pro- and anti-expansion buttons, with Latin slogans.

William Jennings Bryan and William McKinley pro- and anti-expansion buttons, with Latin slogans.

A classic Patriotism and Prosperity button from the William McKinley campaign, in mint condition.

A classic Patriotism and Prosperity button from the William McKinley campaign, in mint condition.

One of the first American political buttons, this William Pitt "No Stamp Act" button from 1766 is struck from copper or brass, and has been remounted as a broach.

One of the first American political buttons, this William Pitt "No Stamp Act" button from 1766 is struck from copper or brass, and has been remounted as a broach.

A matched set of "mechanicals"- badges that change portraits when the horizontal rod is pushed in or out. One represents the McKinley/Roosevelt campaign, while the other is for the Bryan and Stevenson.

A matched set of "mechanicals"- badges that change portraits when the horizontal rod is pushed in or out. One represents the McKinley/Roosevelt campaign, while the other is for the Bryan and Stevenson.

A matched pair of jugate buttons for McKinley and Roosevelt and Bryant and Stevenson.

A matched pair of jugate buttons for McKinley and Roosevelt and Bryant and Stevenson.

A pair of Liberty Bell slogan pins from Al Smith's presidential campaign.

A pair of Liberty Bell slogan pins from Al Smith's presidential campaign.

A capitol-flown flag from November 21, 1963, President Kennedy's last full day in office.

A capitol-flown flag from November 21, 1963, President Kennedy's last full day in office.

A rare New York coattail trigate pin, supporting New York Congressman Ralph W. Gwinn, as well as Eisenhower and Nixon.

A rare New York coattail trigate pin, supporting New York Congressman Ralph W. Gwinn, as well as Eisenhower and Nixon.

A set of unpublished photos from the day of the Kennedy assassination, from an unknown photographer who may have had clearance to photograph the presidential party up close.

A set of unpublished photos from the day of the Kennedy assassination, from an unknown photographer who may have had clearance to photograph the presidential party up close.

A rare 1952 picture pin of a smiling Harry Truman, issued prior to Truman's announcement that he would not seek re-election.

A rare 1952 picture pin of a smiling Harry Truman, issued prior to Truman's announcement that he would not seek re-election.

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