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    William McKinley: 14K Gold Banquet Menu. 5" x 7" dinner menu from a banquet given by the Citizens of San Francisco for President William McKinley at the Palace Hotel on May 18, 1901. McKinley was on train tour which included a stop in San Francisco. The beautifully engraved menu lists the names of the Chairman, W.W. Watkins, among others. On the other side is the Great Seal of California and menu being served.

    The menu was made by "Shreve & Co. San Francisco" and is marked "14K" and weighs 239.7 grams (8.45 ounces). Shreve & Co. was started in 1852, and continues to conduct business to this day. The piece is in excellent condition.

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    February, 2021
    27th-28th Saturday-Sunday
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