HISTORICAL "THE YANKEE PIG" 1898 WAR CARTOON BUTTON

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  • Sold Date: Jan 04, 2012
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HISTORICAL "THE YANKEE PIG" 1898 WAR CARTOON BUTTON

DESCRIPTION

"THE YANKEE PIG" 1898 WAR CARTOON BUTTON. 1 ¼" Cuban Occupation and Philippine Insurrection vintage celluloid pinback button featuring a political caricature of a fierce, fanged pig marching upright over the island of "Cuba" with the characterization "The Yankee Pig" answered by the comment "Oh I Don't Know?" The pig carries both American and Cuban flags. Surface has crazing, paper missing on back, overall G-VG.Domestic post will be $1.45

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