What’s this you’re wondering? Oh, just a lapel pin depicting Bugs Bunny riding the Dark Horse Records logo. It sort of makes sense considering that Warner Brothers Records was the longtime parent company of Beatle George‘s vanity label. According to the eBay seller who listed this item (and also took the lovely photo you behold), it was produced some time in the early 1990s.
Above is a mid 1970s era Dark Horse Records belt buckle that looks like it was produced with a little more care than the lapel pin. Two-hundred of these were created for Harrison to give out to friends and family.
The belt buckle was produced for George Harrison’s Dark Horse Record label in 1974. They were only 200 made, and they were given to friends and associates. I received one as a gift, and still have it.