DescriptionWilliam McKinley: Pair of Coffee Exchange Bannerettes. In 1896, businessmen and Wall Street were firmly lined up in support of the Republican candidate, McKinley. Marc Hanna financed the campaign and Sound Money Clubs sprouted up in all the major cities. This pair of silk banners were issued for the "Coffee Exchange and Lower Wall St. Business Men's Sound Money Club." Each has gold metallic fringe with finished edges. They measure 9" x 14" and 7" x 11". Both have light glue spots from previous mounting in an album. The larger example has minor fraying in three corners. They are really unusual and make fine display pieces. Whether you work on Wall Street or not, we suggest you "put in a buy order."
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