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1924 John W. Davis For President Button

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Lot 0101 Details

Description
Rare 1924 John W. Davis For President Large Celluloid Campaign Button. John W. Davis ran on the Democratic ticket from West Virgina. He carried 12 states, all in the south. 3 7/8" D. John Van Meter Collection, Petersburg, West Virginia.
Condition
Good condition. Some scratches to celluloid. Cardboard stand on reverse missing.
Buyer's Premium
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1924 John W. Davis For President Button

Estimate $100 - $300Nov 13, 2015
Starting Price $10
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