Up for sale is a group of 5 presidential campaign bumper stickers from 1968 which pitted Richard M. Nixon & Spiro Agnew against Hubert H. Humphrey & Edmund Muskie. Of course Nixon & Agnew won and were also successful in the 1972 election, but we all know about their downfall too!
I got these bumper stickers when I was only 12-years old and kept them all these years. My friends & I would go to our local campaign headquarters in our small town, get hand fulls of buttons and stickers and pass them out in our neighborhoods. We kept a bunch of them after the election, but this is all that survived. These are genuine,not reproductions and were never removed from their backing sheets.
FROM TOP TO BOTTOM IN IMAGE #1:
1) HHH Humphrey (blue & red letters on white)
7-1/4" L X 2" W
CONDITION: Excellent except for light 3/8" angled crease beneath "u" in Humphrey
Shipping will be a flat fee of $3.50 on this item (sorry, U.S. shipping only). Items will be shipped by USPS First Class Mail (2 to 3 days business days). Return Policy: 14 days money back, buyer pays return shipping.
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