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    McKinley & Roosevelt: The Best Jugate Ribbon. It may be hard to get excited about a McKinley & Roosevelt jugate ribbon, but not so with this example. It is unquestionably Numero Uno amongst its peers. It is paper fused with linen and measures 3" x 6". 3/4 length portraits of the candidates are surrounded with the slogans: "Stalwart Republicans Patriotism Protection Prosperity Bucks County Stands For Majority Rule. President William McKinley Vice President Theodore Roosevelt." We looked for the "kitchen sink", but they apparently left it out! Very fine condition with minor creases and two light spots in the upper left.

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    Auction Dates
    May, 2014
    24th Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 13
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