F7 - My JFK Badges, Magnets & Mugs

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"JFK Dolls & Models" 5  items

The Kennedy Car - 1961 Lincoln Continental - 1:43 model


The Presidential Parade Vehicle, dubbed X-100 by the US Secret Service, began life as a stock 1961 Lincoln Continental four-door convertible. Ford Motor Company and Hess&Eisenhardt, custom automobile builders of Cincinnati,Ohio, worked together to create the most modern open parade limousine of its day.

The X-100 carried no armour or weapons because the purpose of the car was to make the president more visible, not to provide protection.
That philosophy changed completely after November 22,1963.On that day, President John Kennedy was assassinated while riding in the X-100 through the streets of Dallas.


JFK Large Bust


JFK Large Bust, bought at The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza, Dallas.
On the base the famous JFK sentence "Ask not what your country can do for you - ask what you can do for your country".

John F. Kennedy Bobblehead


John Fitzgerald "Jack" Kennedy, often referred to by his initials JFK, was the 35th President of the United States. He was the first President born in the 20th century, and the youngest elected to the office, at the age of 43. Kennedy is the only president to have won a Pulitzer Prize. This very high quality, hand-painted John F. Kennedy bobblehead from Royal Bobbles shows President Kennedy proudly holding his Pulitzer Prize-winning book, "Profiles in Courage".

Jacqueline Kennedy Bobblehead


This beautiful Jackie Kennedy bobblehead is a great memorial gift and because they are no longer being manufactured, is a valuable collector’s items. They were made out of lightweight polyvinyl chloride (PVC) plastic, a thermoplastic polymer that is commonly used to make figurines because it can be molded into any shape and it is compatible with a wide variety of different paint finishes. This Jackie Kennedy bobblehead is packaged in a colorful cardboard collector's box with a cellophane display window.
Produced by Bosley Bobbers.


Cut Out of Marilyn Monroe Dress Blowing Up

Marilyn Monroe "White Dress" Pose CUTOUT, Life size.
155 x 71 x 5 cm.

Marilyn Monroe wore a white dress in the 1955 film The Seven Year Itch, directed by Billy Wilder. The dress was created by costume designer William Travilla and was worn in one of the best-known scenes in the movie. The dress is regarded as an icon of film history and the image of Monroe in the white dress standing above a subway grating blowing the dress up has been described as one of the iconic images of the 20th century.



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