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    Woodrow Wilson: Hanging China Match Holder. 2" high. The white china holder pictures Wilson on one side and a full color American eagle holding a shield and flag on the other side. The back is holed for hanging on the wall and the bottom scored for striking a match. The front of the holder has, "It's A Square Deal All the Time at T. N. Moore's. Riverton, Nebr.". Light glaze crazing, else very fine.

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    May, 2009
    13th-14th Wednesday-Thursday
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