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Want A Piece Of JFK's Birthday Cake From 1962?

| Filed under: Wacky, Tacky & TruePolitik

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Delicious AND expensive!

Check out (above) this sugar Presidential Seal, which was featured on President John F. Kennedy's birthday in 1962 and is now up for auction!

According Lois Larkin, her husband, the late NYPD detective Patty Larkin, was working security detail the night of Kennedy's birthday party at Madison Square Garden - the very same one at which Marilyn Monroe sang "Happy Birthday" - and when he realized that the decoration was going to be thrown out, he took it home with him!

The piece is now up for auction on November 17th, at the Heritage Auctions in Dallas, and is estimated at being worth over $5,000!

Holy shiz! That is one vintage, patriotic dessert!

Hopefully it can continue to be preserved wherever it ends up!

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8 comments to “Want A Piece Of JFK's Birthday Cake From 1962?”

  1. 6one9 says – reply to this


    1

    WOW 1962 ““““ That cake is 48 years old!! Bet it won't taste very good!!



  2. 2

    ugh that looks g ross!



  3. 3

    Did they not have anyone that knew how to decorate back then? When my daughter was in 3rd grade she could have done better.



  4. 4

    I am thinking of that Seinfeld episode where Elaine is eating her boss's antique cake.This cake reminds me of that hilarious episode!



  5. 5

    THAT COP SHOULD BE CHARGED WITH THEFT, HE HAD NO RIGHT TO STEAL THAT



  6. 6

    It should be mine!

    I share a birthday with JFK

    I was born in '62

    I am from Dallas

    I recently exited NYC



  7. 7

    GROSS



  8. 8

    somebody call j. peterman