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    Roosevelt and Parker: Campaign Watch Fobs made of brass and pot metal. Roosevelt is pictured on the front of the fob with his running mate, Charles Fairbanks, on the back. Slogans on the brass chain links reflect the prosperity platform of 1904. The Parker, which is made similarly to the fob for his opponent, appears to be made of a spelter or pot metal and colored in gold. As with the other, the chain links note the slogans for the party's platform. Parker's running mate, Henry G. Davis, is pictured on the back. As with most base metal that is colored, this one should be noted to have lost some of its gold color. Otherwise the two fobs appear as excellent. Size: each 5.5" long.

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    March, 2008
    1st Saturday
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