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    A Pair of Large 1904 Campaign Posters For Alton Parker and Henry Davis, Who Were Defeated by Teddy Roosevelt. Large display pieces are scarce for this obscure ticket, which never stood a chance against the TR juggernaut. As the photo shows, they are in very nice display condition, but we note certain minor faults: the Davis has a little light age speckling in the field near the top, and light marks from a little old tape-adhesive bleed through in the corners. The Parker is very clean, but has been dry-mounted, and has scattered areas of minor air bubbling under the paper, as is sometimes seen on dry-mounted posters. But none of these flaws takes away significantly from the general display impression. Both identically framed, with glass missing on the Parker, easily replaced. Each 21" x 30".

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    December, 2005
    15th-16th Thursday-Friday
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