BOYCOTT WAR TOYS 1987 BUTTON FROM THE LEVIN COLLECTION.

2.5" showing hands breaking a rifle in half with flowers and wheat sprouting from the broken gun. Smaller text reads "Stop War Toys Campaign" with a set of two different phone numbers. Curl reads "Printed By Action Print, Toronto, Canada." Additionally the button has curl text "Distributed By Donnelly Colt Buttons" with a Connecticut address. In 1985 President Reagan's policies included a military buildup. In Connecticut, the War Resisters League-New England campaigned against Coleco's line of Rambo action figures. This button dates from two years later and was part of the anti-war toy protest that became a national effort by 1990. Button is Mint with Levin dated notation on the reverse.

Price: $24.00
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BOYCOTT WAR TOYS 1987 BUTTON FROM THE LEVIN COLLECTION.
BOYCOTT WAR TOYS 1987 BUTTON FROM THE LEVIN COLLECTION.
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