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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!

https://www.instagram.com/p/BTzaY_iFOtb

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 well..................love pins! There's a few that love pins here but overall this is a purely card board...........

https://get.google.com/albumarchive/101551049827253746068/album/AF1QipMC6xB2uvsHxU99-iOkCUNd3CE5JzyYSCZQq1w6


 
 
Ken Bush
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Re: Pinbacks and Buttons from 1896!

May 9 2017, 4:18 PM 

Tom,
Some very nice pins!
Ken

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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jim
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Re: Pinbacks and Buttons from 1896!

May 9 2017, 7:11 PM 

Ken never ceases to amaze

 
 
Tony
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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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