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Pinbacks and Buttons from 1896!

May 7 2017 at 8:29 PM
Tony  (Login FilmStarCards)

I've been researching the long history of pinbacks. All the way back to 1896!

What pinback type do you collect? Would like to see what kind of pinbacks and buttons are collected on Network54!

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A few............

May 8 2017, 3:20 PM 

A few pinbacks from my collection. Not recent photos though............I don't do much graded pins.........I also have about 2/3 of a set of P2 Sweet Caporal baseball pins as pins! There's a few that love pins here but overall this is a purely card board...........

Ken Bush
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Re: Pinbacks and Buttons from 1896!

May 9 2017, 4:18 PM 

Some very nice pins!

At one time I collected all types of pins, then I sold the bulk of my collection and collected
mostly political pins. Now I am selling my political collection. Your timing was very good because
this Saturday, the 13th I will be selling at the Michigan APIC (American Political Items Collectors)
show in Sterling Heights.
Here are some of the types of pin I will be selling. These are not all pins and some are pre 1896,
so you can see the cardboard and tintype photos used before 1896.
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I still like pin and collect some categories, probably more that I should.
I like the entertainment pins from children's clubs, movies, TV, radio and comics. Here are
some of them.
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Also collect Cowboy and Frontiersmen pins, Here are a few.
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I collect insert pin from gum, tobacco and other products.
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Re: Pinbacks and Buttons from 1896!

May 9 2017, 7:11 PM 

Ken never ceases to amaze

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Re: Pinbacks and Buttons from 1896!

May 10 2017, 8:19 PM 

Great displays Ken reminds me of the renowned pin collector Paul Bengston. I'm interested in the TV & Film pins. Other than the Kellog Pep Pins, Quaker cereal and an earlier Cracker Jack set theres not much known

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