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|Nostalgic Memorabilia, Pop Culture Artifacts, Historic Items,|
and "Shoe Box Toys"
|All Original Items.|
|You don't have to be an eight year old to enjoy having|
a childhood treasure.
|Quality Packing And|
|The picture shows a view of the (2) Colorful 1918 US Rowing Celluloid Pin Back Buttons in this lot. These pins were from a "working class" group called "Upstreamers" or "U.S. Class". They had mottoes such as "Pulling Together" and "Aim: To Work Not Drift". The group may have been religion based. This information comes from a 1918 catalog that sold them. They were found with items that were from World War I and earlier. The two pinback buttons are identical. They are nicely imprinted in gold, black, red, blue, green, and yellow. They have an image of two men rowing a row boat. The letters ''US'' are in gold with a black outline. They are marked on the two sides as follows:|
DAVID C. COOK PUBLISHING CO.
The pinback buttons each measure 5/8'' wide. They are both in mint condition as pictured.
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