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    Mechanical Suffrage Paperweight Calendar Mirror This 3.5" celluloid paperweight perpetual calendar mirror is a mechanical piece that moves to cover the years from 1916 through 1926. It was made in New York, probably in 1915, as a souvenir of the Empire State Campaign. This piece was previously unknown in the hobby when three examples showed up at an estate auction in Connecticut. The other two pieces are in the hands of die-hard suffrage collectors, so, if you want to own one, this is probably your only chance. This is in excellent condition. From the Frank Corbeil Collection.


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    Auction Dates
    November, 2007
    12th-13th Monday-Tuesday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 3
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