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    SCARCE HIGHLY DISTINCTIVE 1844 HENRY CLAY RIBBON DESIGN. Wonderful woodcut shows clearly-recognizable figure of Clay speaking to a seaman and a worker, with a scene of American prosperity in the background. From Oct. 30,1844 New York Convention of the "Democratic Clay Clubs." Choice overall condition, with one utterly trivial little edge tear at the very top noted for accuracy. Large-size 3" by 8 ¾" ribbon, with full original selvedge ( like fringe) across the top and bottom.

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    December, 2003
    9th Tuesday
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