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Lot #144
DepartmentEphemera
Sold For$90.00(hammer price)
 $108.00(price including buyer's premium)
Last UpdatedApril 6, 2019

Description

FOURTEEN PIECES OF MOSTLY POLITICAL CAMPAIGN EPHEMERA
1-2) Two 1845 Henry Clay Presidential campaign tokens.

3) Ribbon badge with Trades Council Labor Day Committee Newport, R.I." and an eagle with pennants "Justice to All. In Union there is Strength". Includes original paper label and envelope for The Whitehead & Hoag Co., Newark, New Jersey.

4) "Republican Paster Ballot" with printed portrait of a man, possibly Ulysses S. Grant.

5) Printed Reward of Merit certificate with a poem on the reverse.

6) 1968 Democratic Campaign Handbook.

7) 1968 Democratic Precinct Handbook.

8) "Let's Back Ronald Reagan for Governor" button.

9-11) Three Rhode Island buttons: "Say No. No! to Sununu", "Re-elect Jean White Senator" and "Dudley Dudley...worth repeating!".

12) Circa 1880 broadside "To the Voters of the First Congressional District. The press of the District on the Nomination of Perry Belmont".

13) Copy of "The Republican Target" newsletter published by the Massachusetts Republican Committee, 1956.

14) Connecticut broadside "Platform Adopted by the Democratic State Convention. 1890, and Letter of Acceptance of the Hon. Luzon B. Morris"."

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