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1896-1948 George Washington PSA Graded Pin Lot of (5) Different

Lot Number 1090

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The "Father of Our Country" has remained a steadfast icon throughout our history. From the time he emerged victorious in the 1780s as Commander of the Continental Army during the American Revolution, right up to the present, George Washington has constantly been in the public eye. This steadfast "Founding Father" is the namesake for a vast array of schools and institutions, including an obelisk type monument and his likeness is featured far and wide in paintings, postage stamps, coinage, paper currency and much more. Among the numerous items to be graced with portraits of our first president, are these (5) different pins, which are all graded by PSA. This entire group shows bold colors and fantastic graphics, with:

1896 American Pepsin "PE7-15 Pres." (NM-MT 8)

1901-12 Whitehead & Hoag "Type XI" (VG-EX 4)

1912-1948 Whitehead & Hoag "No Union Label" (NM 7)

c.1915 Whitehead & Hoag "New England" (VG-EX 4)

1924-39 St. Louis Button "Blue & White" (MINT 9)

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