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    Davis & Bryan: Classic Cardboard "Teapot Dome" Display. Delightful teapot-shaped, double-sided "mobile" which sought to capitalize on the oil-lease scandal which rocked the Harding administration, and remained a hot issue in 1924. It gets our vote as one of the top 20th century display pieces. Specimens are notoriously prone to damage, but the present example is in great shape, with a couple of separations in the top of the handle professionally repaired. 13" x 10". Pictured in Running for President, 1900-1992, edited by Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., page 136. When is the last time you saw one for sale?

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    Auction Dates
    June, 2018
    2nd-3rd Saturday-Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 6
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