Liberty and Union Now and Forever, One and Inseparable, 1858 North Dakota
Beautifully printed pastoral image including a large tree in the center, the sun peeking out of a distant mountain, a plow, a bow and arrows, a well and a Native American riding a horse. With North Dakota's state mottos in a red banner across the top, circling the tree: Liberty and Union Now and Forever, One and Inseparable.
Sweet Caporal Cigarette, buttons made by the Whitehead & Hoag Co. Newark N.J., Pat. July 21st, 1896
A series of State buttons were created by Whitehead and Hoag for sale and often used by cigarette companies to give to their customers. The cigarette companies would advertise on tha backside on a little piece of paper.
Sweet Caporal started in 1878 and actualy still exists in Canada!