Collection by Mark Denton


.....and other badges too.

Mark Denton
 Gotta get these for the church ladies! Thinking Day England Vintage Pins, Vintage Art, Women's Land Army, Make Do And Mend, Patriotic Decorations, Patriotic Crafts, Thinking Day, Old Glory, Women In History

Victory Girls

In a few weeks our new book will be out - Victory Girls. The idea for the book came about in a round about way. Lissa Alexander, a VP of Marketing at Moda Fabrics, suggested we do a BOM. An Americana one of course. We tossed around a few ideas and knew we wanted to honor women. At first we tried to encompass lots of American women, but we narrowed it down to the women of the 1940's who sacrificed quite a bit for our country. Thus, Victory Girls came about. We wanted to honor the women who…

The HEADPHONES Mean I don't Want to Talk inch pinback button from PortlandButtonWorks on Etsy. Jacket Pins, Cool Pins, Pin And Patches, Pin Badges, Lapel Pins, Pin Collection, Things I Want, Thats Not My, Headphones

The HEADPHONES Mean I don't Want to Talk - button, magnet, or bottle opener 3 sizes to choose

At the coffee shop or on a bus or train to write or read or just get to work without having to talk to anyone? Do you ALWAYS end up having someone interrupt your social cues (laptop, headphones, book) and talk to you anyway? How about adding another one? This design is available in multiple sizes (1", 1.25", 2.25") and multiple items (pinback buttons, magnets, and bottle openers) please see photos and choose accordingly from the options. All artwork is laser printed on 100% post consumer…

God is a Foot Tall, Red Jellybean Diy Patches, Pin And Patches, Badge Maker, Patch Pants, Empire Records, Button Badge, Pin Button, Bag Pins, Fabric Patch

God is a 6,000 Foot Tall, Red Jellybean

circa 1967 buttons from the Haight Ashbury

Patriotic pinback Retro Ads, Vintage Advertisements, Vintage Pins, Vintage Art, Sea To Shining Sea, Fabric Patch, Old Glory, God Bless America, Cat Drawing

1940's WWII I AM PROUD TO BE AN AMERICAN pinback button Propaganda * | #1866111034

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Black Cat Stockings Premium Pin-back Black Kitty, Black Cats, Vintage Cat, Vintage Pins, Old Cats, Cats And Kittens, Crazy Cat Lady, Crazy Cats, Halloween Stuff

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Cute as a button! I love the illustration on this Pizza Hut badge. Vintage Advertisements, Vintage Ads, Vintage Items, Vintage Ephemera, Vintage Stuff, Vintage Photos, Pizza Hut Restaurant, Fast Food Restaurant, Old School Pizza

Pizza Hut Pete Button

You know Pizza Hut Pete and I go way back, but I had never seen this button before until just recently! Of course I nabbed it when I had the opportunity. I need to consult my Pizza Hut book to see if I can more closely identify the age, but this should be from the late 1960s or early 1970s. They had some groovy "Flower Power" type promotions back then. I'm VERY happy to have this in my collection now. "Pizza Hut Does Your Thing"

of our best President's in our nation's history 1948 Harry Truman OUR PRESIDENT Campaign Pinback Presidential History, Presidential Election, Us History, American History, Italian Campaign, Doodle, Harry Truman, Campaign Posters, Our President

Historical, Cultural & Political Memorabilia

Pinback button promoting Harry Truman for president, 1948.

This might have been given away free with Bazooka Joe Bubble gum. The little comics inside each pack were such a great idea! Funny Buttons, Cool Buttons, Button Badge, Button Art, Pin Button, Vintage Pins, Vintage Buttons, Vintage Stuff, Vintage Art

Button Up - Pin-Back Badges – Voices of East Anglia

The button badge was first used to show your loyalty to a political party in the late 1700s. In 1860 Abraham Lincoln’s campaigners created the first badge that featured a photo, however the design that we know today wasn’t patented for another thirty six years. A patent was issued to Benjamin Whitehead on 21st July 1896 for [&hellip