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    William Jennings Bryan: Anti-Imperialism, Anti-Trust Kentucky Hopeful Pin. This 1.75" button pictures Bryan for President and suggests James P. Tarvin, a Kentucky judge, as a possible running mate. The button is a souvenir of a two-day Bimetallic Convention held in Louisville in 1899. Only 4 or 5 examples of this design have ever surfaced. Save for a couple of very minor edge stains, this one is very clean and be the best of the few that are known.

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    August, 2018
    25th-26th Saturday-Sunday
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