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    William McKinley's Necktie. A black silk neck tie, made by John D. Cutter & Co., measuring 1" x 36", that was found in the President's traveling bag at Buffalo after his assassination. Necktie has light wear at edges, and has been stored folded in an envelope on which is written, "One of Prest. " in period ink. The envelope has been sliced open at top, indicating that this was how it was delivered to the family. Accompanied by the original exhibition tag used at the 1954 Somerset, Pennsylvania Sesqui-Centennial exhibit. A unique relic directly tied to McKinley's assassination.

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    Auction Dates
    May, 2011
    21st Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 4
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