Political Memorabilia: Hot Collectibles

Sep 8, 2004 | Collectibles | 0 comments

Political Memorabilia: Hot Collectibles in an Election Year

(PRWEB) September 7, 2004

“Save that those buttons, banners and bumper stickers! As we near the November presidential elections, both candidates’ promotional items become ubiquitous. Did you know that this memorabilia is highly collectible, and these pieces could be very valuable one day?
Collecting Political Memorabilia, in the Instant Expert series from House of Collectibles, is the best way to learn about this fascinating field of collecting. Political buttons, banners and autographs are hotter and more valuable than ever as we approach the November election.
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