Four (4) Don Migual Hidalgo Father of Mexico War Independence Pinback Button Pin

Father Miguel Hidalgo kicked off Mexico's struggle for independence from Spain on September 16, 1810 when he issued his famous "Cry of Dolores" in which he exhorted Mexicans to rise up and throw off Spanish tyranny. For almost a year, Hidalgo led the independence movement, battling Spanish forces in and around Central Mexico. He was captured and executed in 1811, but others picked up the struggle and Hidalgo is today considered the father of the country.
You are bidding on all FOUR (4) rare Hidalgo pinbacks made by the Brunt company out of San Francisco. Very hard to find pins.
3 of the pins are 1 1/4 inch in diameter. The other is 1 inch in diameter.
All are in good shape!
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