Thirty (30) "Nipper 2005" Collectible Pin-On Buttons

Thirty (30) "Nipper 2005" collectible pin-on buttons (not all pictured) are for sale. Regional juried-artist renderings are depicted for recent public art project and fundraiser. Thirty five-foot fiberglass "Nipper 2005" works of art spent the summer of 2005 on the streets of Moorestown, New Jersey, during which, Moorestown was chosen as the number one best place to live in America by "Money Magazine." The "Nipper 2005" sculptures were auctioned off in October 2005.

The character of Nipper was chosen for its historical connection to area. Former Moorestown, New Jersey resident and philanthropist, Eldridge Johnson founded the Victor Talking Machine Company, after which it was sold, became RCA or Radio Corporation of America. The painting that featured Nipper the dog listening to a Victor Talking Machine, "His Masters Voice," was the earliest trademark of Mr. Johnson's company. Nipper the dog continues today to be one of the most widely recognized international trademarks.

Thirty 2 ¼ inch pin-on buttons will be shipped in a protected cardboard box.

Ships to United States ($4.00 S&H to United States) and Canada ($6.50 S&H to Canada.

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