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    Roosevelt & Fairbanks: Impressive and Colorful Jugate Poster. 25.5" x 40" stone lithograph featuring large, natural color, overlapping portraits of the 1904 Republicans. Titled: "For President/ Theodore Roosevelt/ For Vice President/ Charles W. Fairbanks/ 1904". Published by Louis Roesch Company of San Francisco. Design elements include Lady Liberty, billowing flags, sprigs of laurel, a shield and the Washington Monument. Some minor tears to top border, mentioned for accuracy only. 3" x 1" restored area to top left corner. A great example of political Americana from the golden age of stone lithography. One of the top TR posters which rarely appears on the market. Currently framed.

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    December, 2017
    2nd Saturday
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