Under glass lithographs of a boy and girl Hummel child, prints of original drawings of Sister Marie Innocentia Hummel. Her drawings, from the 1930s, were the basis behind the Hummel figurine collectibles that grew into an international phenomenon after WWII and into the late 1900s.From the studio of Sara Tempest. Signed on the reverse, ST and dated for 2009. Est. selling price is $60-100.
A reproduction of the George Washington inaugural button featuring the initials of the thirteen colonies within circles forming a border around the center words “LONG LIVE THE PRESIDENT” and “GW”, originally issued by Liberty Village in Flemington, N.J., as one of a four-button set, to commemorate the bicentennial. Backmark REPRO 74 LIBERTY VILLAGE. Est. selling price is $30-60.
An 18th century copper button featuring a rampant lion and crown with the motto “LIBERTAS PRO PATRIA.” The lion and crown suggests a British livery button but the motto does not. It is an officer’s button of the Brabant Revolution in Belgium against the Austrian rulers in 1789. Gilded over copper in mint condition. Copper loop shank. Est. selling price is $600-1500.