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|The picture shows all (13) Small Art / Artist Pins & Charms in this lot. There are four paint pallet pins here. One is copper, one is painted copper, one heavily enameled copper, and one is painted plastic. There are three tin pin back buttons. One of them is advertising for STAFFORD - REEVES, INC.. There is an unbent tin tab button from "Harvard University Art Museums". There are two 1960's gum ball machine paint pallet charms and two scarce 1940's metal coated gumball machine oil paint tube charm prizes. The last item is a small celluloid pinback button. It is still pinned to a section from a 1924 scrap book page. This was part of a Massachusetts College scrap book. The pin reads "FAC" for "Fine Arts Club". To judge the sizes the largest pinback button measures 2-1/4" wide. They are in very good to mint condition.|
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