The pin measures about 5/8'' x 1/4''. It appears to be in mint condition as pictured.
Below here, for reference, is some additional information about the Grit nespaper:
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Editor in Chief: Caleb D. Regan
Managing Editor: Kellsey Trimble
Senior Associate Editor: Traci Smith
Categories: Rural lifestyle
Publisher: Bill Uhler
Founder: Dietrick Lamade
Year founded: 1882
First issue: December 1882
Company: Ogden Publications, Inc.
Based in: Topeka, Kansas
Grit is a magazine, formerly a weekly newspaper, popular in the rural US during much of the 20th century. It carried the subtitle ''America's Greatest Family Newspaper''. In the early 1930s, it targeted small town and rural families with 14 pages plus a fiction supplement. By 1932, it had a circulation of 425,000 in 48 states, and 83% of its circulation was in towns of fewer than 10,000 population.
The publication was founded in 1882 as the Saturday edition of the Williamsport, Pennsylvania, Daily Sun and Banner. In 1885, the name was purchased for $1,000 by 25 year-old German immigrant Dietrick Lamade, who established a circulation of 4,000 during the first year.