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    James M. Cox: One of the Top Items for This Tough 1920 Candidate. Rarity, imposing 2 1/8" size, and bold red, white blue, and gold colors combine to make this a key Cox rarity. The colors of the flag are so bold that the button almost seems three-dimensional, and the "Home County Cox Club" ribbon adds even more display appeal. Condition is choice, with even the back paper crisp and fresh. For strictest accuracy we note two minor defects on the ribbon, one above the T in "Butler," and one in the lower right corner. A terrific centerpiece for any Cox collection. Length including ribbon 6.25".

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    Auction Dates
    May, 2011
    21st Saturday
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