Brummagem (Fakes, Reproductions, Fantasy Items, and Re-pins)

 

 BRUMMAGEM

Fakes, Reproductions, Fantasy Items and Re-pins

This APIC Brummagem project was originally produced in 1985 to provide a reference to political campaign memorabilia collectors regarding items that are considered not genuine.  These items are generally categorized into several areas; fakes, fantasy items, or re-pins.  By having this knowledge, collectors can avoid costly mistakes.

Each of the pages of the Brummagem Project are available on this web page below by clicking the appropriate link to each page.

Brummagem Project Pages

Front Cover of the Brummagem Project
This is the color front cover of the Brummagem Project.
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Page 2 - Re-pins
This is an article describing Re-Pins (continued on page 38).
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Page 3 - Table of Contents of Brummagem Project
This is the table of contents of the Brummagem Project.
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Page 4 - How to Use the Brummagem Project
This is an explanation regarding how to utilize the Brummagem Project.
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Page 5 - Definition of Terms
This is a list of terms used throughout the Brummagem Project.
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Page 6 - Multi-Design Button Sets
This is an explanation of the various button sets.
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Page 7 - Medals and Buttons - George Washington to Bryan in 1900
This explains the various medal objects.
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Page 8 - Pre-1896 items, William McKinley
This page describes items before 1896 and the campaign for William McKinley.
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Page 9 - William McKinley, William Jennings Bryan
This page describes items from the William McKinley and William Jennings Bryan campaigns.
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Page 10 - William Jennings Bryan, Teddy Roosevelt
This page describes items from the Bryan and Roosevelt campaigns.
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Page 11 - T Roosevelt, Alton Parker, William Taft, Woodrow Wilson
This pages describes items from the TR, Parker, Taft, and Wilson campaigns.
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Page 12 - Woodrow Wilson
This page describes items from the Wilson campaigns.
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Page 13 - Charles Hughes, Warren Harding, James Cox
This page describes items from the Hughes, Harding and Cox campaigns.
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Page 14 - Calvin Coolidge, John W Davis
This page describes itesm from the Coolidge and Davis campaigns.
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Page 15 - Herbert Hoover, Al Smith
This page describes items from the Hoover and Smith campaigns.
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Page 16 - Al Smith, Franklin Roosevelt
This page describes items from the Al Smith and Franklin Roosevelt campaigns.
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Page 17 - Franklin Roosevelt
This page describes items from the Franklin Roosevelt campaigns.
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Page 18 - Franklin Roosevelt, Alf Landon
This page describes items from the Franklin Roosevelt and Alf Landon campaigns.
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Page 19 - Alf Landon, Wendell Willkie
This page describes the items from the Alf Landon and Wendell Willkie campaigns.
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Page 20 - Thomas Dewey, Harry Truman
This page describes items from the Thomas Dewey and Harry Truman campaigns.
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Page 21 - Harry Truman, Dwight D Eisenhower
This page describes items from the Harry Truman and Dwight D Eisenhower campaigns.
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Page 22 - Dwight D Eisenhowever, Adlai Stevenson
This page describes items from the Dwight D Eisenhowever and Adlai Stevenson campaigns.
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Page 23 - Adlai Stevenson, John F Kennedy
This page describes items from the Adlai Stevenson and John F Kennedy campaigns.
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Page 24 - Richard Nixon, John F Kennedy, Lyndon Johnson
This page describes items from the Richard Nixon, John F Kennedy, and Lyndon Johnson campaigns.
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Page 25 - Richard Nixon, Hubert Humphrey, George McGovern
This page describes items from the Richard Nixon, Hubert Humphrey, and George McGovern campaigns.
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Page 26 - George McGovern, Jimmy Carter and Gerald Ford
This page describes items from the George McGovern, Jimmy Carter, and Gerald Ford campaigns.
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Page 27 - Third Parties, Favorite Sons, Cause and Military
This page describes items from Third Party and Favorite Sons campaign as well as Cause and Military items.
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Page 28 - Campaign ribbons
This page describes campaign ribbons from various campaigns.
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Page 29 - Collector Involvement in the Hobby
This page describes collector involvement in the hobby.
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Page 30 - Posters and Ballots
This page describes posters and ballots from various campaigns.
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Page 31 - Red Garter Bar, Matchcovers, Coolidge Bottle & Ashtray
This page describes items from the Red Garter Bar, Matchcovers, and Coolidge items.
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Page 32 - Krystal Fast Food Stickers
This page describes stickers that were distributed by the Krystal fast food chain.
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Page 33 - Fake Tintypes and Convention Tickets
This page describes fake tintypes and convention tickets.
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Page 34 - Glassware and Media Convention Passes
This page describes glassware and media convention passes.
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Page 35 - Greeley Match Holder, Taft Watch Fob, Presidential Set Ovals
This page describes miscellaneous items.
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Page 36 - Sepia Presidential Sets
This page describes the sepia presidential sets.
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Page 37 - Sepia Presidential Sets (continued)
This page describes more of the sepia presidential sets.
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Page 38 - Re-pins (continued from page 2)
This is the contiuation of the article on re-pins from page 2.
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Page 39 - Miscellaneous Items
This page describes a number of miscellaneous item.
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Back Cover of the Brummagem Project
This is the color back cover of the Brummagem Project.
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