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    Similar ties exist for most candidates of the 1888-1908 era.  One would think, given TR's popularity at the time, that many examples picturing him would survive.  But, strangely, he is probably the toughest candidate of that era on a necktie; certainly much rarer than the obscure and less interesting Parker.  "Our Teddy" below portrait.  These ties may have been part of parade uniforms, or just worn by a supporter. Silk being perishable, these are usually in pretty rough shape.  We have never seen a silk tie of this era in better condition than this present example!  Please note: Due to the size and/or weight of this lot, additional shipping costs may apply.

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    July, 2004
    29th Thursday
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