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#163 - William J. Bryan Estimate: $200+

Collection of nine pins and buttons associated with William Jennings Bryan and his presidential campaigns, circa 1900-1908, measuring between 7/8″ and 1 1/4″, including a jugate pin from his 1900 campaign featuring Bryan and running mate Adlai Stevenson I, a jugate pin from his 1908 campaign featuring Bryan and running mate John W. Kern, seven Bryan portrait pins, and a color portrait pin backed by red, white, and blue ribbons. Paper backer inserts include Whitehead & Hoag, Sweet Caporal Cigarettes, American Oval Cigarettes, Bastian Bros., and the National Association of Democratic Clubs. In overall very good to fine condition, with one pinback missing.




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