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    Extremely Rare 1872 Greeley And Brown Glass Goblet
    This large, massive 6 1/2" glass features portraits of the two 1872 Democrat runningmates on either side, surrounded by small stars, with names below. A matching Grant/Wilson was also made, and is much more frequently encountered (probably because of Grant's much greater popularity as a war hero and incumbent President). We have owned perhaps as many as ten Grant-Wilson examples over our years in the business, but this is only the second Greeley/Brown (the other was sold privately for over $3000 in the 1990's to a leading collector, who had searched literally decades for a match to his Grant-Wilson). Greeley is a very tough and popular candidate in any category of campaign memorabilia. 3-D items are especially difficult; we are hard pressed to name any other types except for the relatively prevalent cast iron Greeley match holders. This beautiful goblet is in great condition, and presents a very special opportunity.

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    Auction Dates
    November, 2004
    12th Friday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 2
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