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Twelve (12) Presidential related ephemera items, including one (1) Woodrow Wilson inauguration ribbon badge, 1917,Benjamin Harrison and Whitelaw Reid presidential campaign ribbon, 1892. 1st item: Wilson inauguration ribbon badge, 1917, comprised of a pinback button depicting a bust portrait of Wilson surrounded by black lettering reading "-WOODROW WILSON-/INAUGURATION-1917" against an off white background, affixed to a cockade style knot of red, white, and blue ribbons attached to a white fabric backing with a blue silk ribbon leading to a porcelain drop in the shape of a pocket watch with gilt borders and face. Stamped "MADE IN GERMANY" reverse of porcelain pocket watch. 4 1/8" L. 2nd item: Harrison and Reid presidential campaign ribbon, 1892, comprised of an applied celluloid bust portrait plaque of Harrison with gold lettering reading "PROTECTION/RECIPROCITY/HARRISON/AND REID./VICTORY" with the image of crossed American flags on a red, white, and blue striped grosgrainribbon. 7 1/4" L. 3rd item: William McKinley presidential campaign ribbon badge, 1896, comprised of a pinback hanger with black lettering reading "MCKINLEY/1896" on an off white piece of paper housed in a silver metal frame affixed to a red silk ribbon with a photographic bust portrait of McKinley housed in a silver metal frame. 4 3/8" L. 4th-8th items: Five (5) presidentialrelated tokens, including one (1) George Washington "The Father of Our Country" token, with a rotating calendar, reverse, one (1) Abraham Lincoln and Andrew Jackson token, one (1)Benjamin Harrison token, one (1)Zachary Taylor token, and one (1) Winfield Scott token. Ranging in size from 3/4" to 1 3/8" dia. 9th item: Theodore Roosevelt "Bust the Trust" pin, rendered in the shape of a bucket of black painted coal and shovel with embossed lettering. 1 1/4" L. 10th-12th items: Three (3)Warren Gamaliel Harding,Calvin Coolidge, andCharles Gates Dawes presidential campaign pinback buttons, dated circa 1920-1924, including one (1) depicting a bust portrait of Harding. Pictorial button retainsWhitehead and Hoag, Newark, NJ back paper. All approximately3/4" dia. Provenance: Private Southern estate. CONDITION: All items in overall good condition with light surface scratches. 1st-3rd items: Fraying, picks, light staining to ribbons. 4th-8th items: Some tarnish, wear to tokens. Scott token with drill hole top center (possibly in the making). 9th item: Minor loss to paint.