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Amazing Mixed Lot of William Jennings Bryan-Related Items, including:

Currency:USD Category:Coins & Paper Money Start Price:200.00 USD Estimated At:0.00 - 0.00 USD
Amazing Mixed Lot of William Jennings Bryan-Related Items, including:
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Amazing Mixed Lot of William Jennings Bryan-Related Items, including:

* 1896 One Dime. Uniface. Zerbe-22. Lead. 50 mm. AU with loads of luster and no serious marks * 1896 16-to-1 NIT Dollar. Backward N in BRYAN. Lead. 85 mm. Steel-gray with lighter high points, easily AU overall and mark-free as well * Octagonal Bryan Dollar. March 4, 1897 NIT. Aluminum. 30 mm. EF, holed for suspension * Sepia-tone Celluloid pinback of Bryan. Minor foxing around the rim * Sound Money “Gold Bug” pin, 3/4” bug and suspended Bryan token * Celluloid lapel button, device similar to Type III gold dollar at center, THE MONEY WE WANT around, EF condition * Small soft leather pouch, 2 ½” X 2”, obviously aged and a perfect fit for the dime that opened this lot * Campaign ribbon, yellow, 5 ¾” in length and reading “I WILL / MARCH / AND / VOTE / FOR / SOUND / MONEY” * Election Day, November 3, ’96 Paper hanger that reads “BRYAN / AND / FREE SILVER / 16 TO 1 / MARK, HANNAH, WHAT WE SAY: / THE FLAG OF OUR COUNTRY / WAVES FOR ALL OUR PEOPLE” all in blue ink but for the red stripes of Old Glory. A note at the top says “Stick A Pin Here” for wearing to the polls * Small postcard-like broadside that comes “Compliments of the Equitable Society,” with portraits of Bryan and Stevenson. The back is a chart of all the votes cast in the November, 1896 election. A neat group with plenty to commend it. (Total: 10 pieces)

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