I'M BACKING 173d IN VIET NAM 2 1/4 Dia. From 1965 the 173rd Airborne was the first major U.S. ARMY ground force to be deployed in Vietnam. This is a very rare button and the ONLY one I've seen.
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"I'M BACKING OUR MEN IN VIET NAM!" A semi rare pin from 1965 2 1/4 Dia. No makers mark on curl. Sister pin to The 173d
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Out of SE Asia NOW March on San Francisco April 24 (1971) SMC 1.750 Dia. button, SMC = Student Mobilization Committee, On West Coast 300,000 gathered in San Fran and another 750,000 in D.C.
20,000 American DEAD since 1968 Nixon's Secret election year plans to end the War 1.250 Dia. Nixon ran as a Peace Candidate in 1968
OUT NOW April 24 (1971) Washington D.C.march NPAC = National Peace Action Coalition 1.750 Dia. Made by the Horn Co. Over 175,000 march in Washington D.C.
Uncle Sam bleeds You, pinback button 2.0 Dia. 1970 Horn Co. Take off of the WWII "Uncle Sam NEEDS you" poster the BLEEDS you is in reference and in protest of the Vietnam War tax.
VOTE YES OUT NOW VIETNAM REFERENDUM 70 1 3/4 pinback, Cambridge anti-war coalition.
STOP The WAR On VIET NAM, SPU 1.75 Dia. Orange version, Early bottons used Viet Nam c1967 Vietnam.
Viet nam For the Vietnamese 1.75 Dia. Green version, SPU = Student Peace Union 1959 - 1964
1969 Ban the SDS Bombers, One of the LAST SDS pinbacks In 1969 the last national march ends in factional chaos between peace lovers & the bomb throwers AKA Weather Underground or The Weathermen.
April 17 1965 SDS pinback from the 1st SDS National March, Frst meeting was in 1960 University of Michigan. 1st local March was June 1962 The Port Huron Statement Fewer than 100 people attend.
GIs & Vets for Peace in Vietnam Nov.15,1969 March on Washington to bring all the GIs home pinback button 2.5 Dia. The curl (edge) reads: Send contributions to: Vets for Peace 874 B Way, Room 504, NYC 10003
Hi from WESTERN CANADA...here are some of my ever growing collection of vintage memorabilia.
PEP cereal pins,Various cereal pins,RADIO pin premium's...plus a few other's!
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Robot 13 is an independent comic book written by Thomas Hall with art by Daniel Bradford, published by Blacklist Studios. Originally self-published in 2009. 1" , no curl text
Sep 27, 2014 Syracuse hosted Notre Dame in the NY College Classic held at Met Life Stadium East Rutherford, NJ. This button was worn by the vendors. When the game was over and we were leaving we asked a vendor if they would aprt with their button. He generously handed it over. 3", lock pin, no curl text.
The promoters of the 2013 Asbury Park Comic Con utilized this button as an admission pass to the convention, held at the Asbury Park Convention Center. The button features Asbury Park's mascot Tillie converted to look like Robin the Boy Wonder. 1.5", locking pin, no curl text.
Captain Midnight - Revived by Dark Horse Comics in 2012. The Captain Midnight character first aired as a radio serial in 1938. This button was distributed by Dark Horse Comics during the 2013 NY Comic Con. In the back of the book was a statement that the button would be available to anyone requesting the button while visiting their booth. 2", locking pin. Curl text: Captain Midnight c 2013 Dark Horse Comics Inc.
M3 is an award winning independent comic book written by Erica Schultz with art by Vincente Alcazar. 1", locking pin. No curl text.
1972 George Lois initiated every New Yorker into a new team: You're too heavy for the Mets? You're too light for the Jets? You're too short for the Nets? You're just right for the Bets! His clean sports angle made Off-Track Betting socially acceptable, and New Yorkers entered sleazy smoke-filled OTB parlors in droves and the city made a bundle. 2", NG Slater curl text. Locking style pin
During the 1960s Prospect Park skating rink was home to the Brooklyn Blades Junior Ice Skating Competition. Measures 3", locking style pin, no curl text
The Detroit Convention and Tourist Bureau used the phrase "Detroit-Where Life is Worth Living" as the city's unofficial motto. It appears in the DCTB brochure as early as 1915. The motto comes from the first line of Edgar A. Guests' poem "In Detroit" (1913). The button features the silhouette of the Detroit skyline as seen from the Detroit River. This celluloid oval open pin badge was produced by Bastian Brothers Company of Rochester, NY.