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    Harding & Coolidge and Cox & Roosevelt: A Marvelous Matched Pair of Jugate Portrait Straight Razors. Large, bold portraits of the candidates, with "Our Choice," and names below. Images of the Capitol building and White House on the reverse side. The handles of these straight razors were not well sealed in manufacture, and since they were used around water, a high percentage of the surviving examples show significant water staining. However, these two rare 1920 razors are in great shape. The affordable alternative to a Cox & Roosevelt pinback jugate, which are priced at $20,000 and up. Terrific display presence, and it could take a lifetime to put together such a nicely matched pair. Length of each, 6".

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    Auction Dates
    November, 2010
    17th Wednesday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 5
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