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20 PERCENT OFF  Vintage  Small Red Enamel Al Smith Brooch Lapel Pin  C Clasp    Free Shipping

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Reduced from $20.00! This Al Smith could be any Al Smith. But there were 2 well know guys by this name. One was a photographer in the 1800's. The other, and I quote from Wikipedia:
Alfred Emanuel Smith, Jr. (December 30, 1873 – October 4, 1944), known in private and public life as Al Smith, was an American statesman who was elected the 42nd Governor of New York three times, and was the Democratic U.S. presidential candidate in 1928. He was the foremost urban leader of the efficiency-oriented Progressive Movement, and was noted for achieving a wide range of reforms as governor in the 1920s.

If you watched Ken Burn's recent documentary Prohibition you will recall Mr.Smith.


Check out his further credentials at:
Http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Al_Smith

The pin measures a bit over 3/4" across and 1/4" vertically. Gold colored lettering on an enamel red. The pin stem fits securely in its c clasp. Surface wear on the back. This is a dark pin, but not as dark as my 2 dark pics. And not as light as the lighter ones.

Perhaps a bit of history!

And remember, free shipping in the US!


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Jan Morse, the jewelry lady

20 PERCENT OFF Vintage Small Red Enamel Al Smith Brooch Lapel Pin C Clasp Free Shipping

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