Victorian 3 Men's Sepia Photo Portraits Celluloid Pin Pendant - image 1 of 3

We don't know who they are but if they were important enough to be photographed for a Victorian sepia pin or pendant, then we want to give them their 15 minutes of fame.

These portraits were often created for political candidates. The guy on the right looks familiar but we can't identify any of them. He has a metal backing on the celluloid portrait with a pin on the back. The edge of his pin has some remnants of a red, white and blue ribbon.

The top man is rimmed in brass and has his photo on BOTH sides. He was obviously part of the 3rd ANNUAL PETER J. KENNEDY ASS.N OUTING on July 19, '08. The loop on top indicates this was a pendant hanging from a chain or bar pin.

The lower left man with beard is framed in a nice brass frame with the back cardboard insert for the Sommer Badge Mfg. Co. of Newark N.J..

These all measure 1 3/4 inches across. They're all in excellent antique condition with images very clear and no foxing.

One more notable fact...they're all looking to their left.

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