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    John F. Kennedy: Two Bobble Head Dolls And Campaign Donkey. Political bobble head dolls are highly collectable, especially from the 1960 campaign. This group includes two donkey bobble heads each supporting JFK for President. The small example measures approximately 6" tall and the larger measures approximately 7 3/4" tall. Both in excellent condition. The donkey on four legs, not a bobble head, measures 7" in length and has a Kennedy-Johnson saddle blanket on it. Fantastic 3-D campaign items. From the Collection of Rick Kaplan.

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    Auction Dates
    September, 2020
    14th-15th Monday-Tuesday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 16
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