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Paper Welcome Flag-Reagan-Berlin Visit
Item #: NEW-008614

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This paper flag is mounted on a stick. The flag itself measures eight and half inches by six inches. Stick measures fifteen and a half inches. This item came from the collection of a military collector. I have two of these but only one available in this listing

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Teddy Roosevelt 1916 Celluloid-Ribbon
Item #: NEW-008427

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Handsome item from the Progressive National Convention-Pennsylvania Delegartion. Very nice condition, see scan.

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1904 Teddy Roosevelt-Indian Territory Ribbon Badge
Item #: NEW-008325

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This is a very rare ribbon from the Republican National Convention held in Chicago in 1904. This ribbon was made for Oklahoma delegates. Oklahoma was then known as "Indian Territory". Lettering is clear although the slight fold in the ribbon makes it hard to read in the scan. The photo of Teddy Roosevelt in the celluloid drop is a little on the light side. No separations or holes in the ribbon

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Teddy Roosevelt Ribbon-1912 Progressive Party
Item #: NEW-008320

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Very nice condition on this ribbon from the Progressive Convention in Lincoln Nebraska on September 8, 1912. No separations or stains.

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Cleveland--Thurman-Robert Taylor Trigate Bandana
Item #: NEW-008306

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This is a very rare Presidential Campaign bandana picturing Grover Cleveland, his running mate Allen Thurman, and Robert Taylor of Tennessee running for Governor of Tennessee. This is the only example of a coattail bandana that I have ever seen..  Very few examples of this bandana are known, possibly no more than two or three and they sold in the $2,500. range. Robert Taylor ran in a famous campaign, known as the War of Roses, in which his opponent was his own brother, Alfred Taylor. Supporters of Robert wore white roses and Alfred's supporters wore red roses. The brothers traveled together and at the campaign stops played their fiddles and regaled the crowd with funny stories. Robert won the election along with another term and also served in the U S Senate from 1907 to 1912. His Republican brother became Governor in his own right in 1921 and was defeated in his attempt to serve another term. The bandana is in excellent condition with the exception of a few brown spots and folds. The sizing is still present and the colors vivid. This bandana was produced by a Nashville business-a clothing store-J S Reeves and company. No paypal on this item though a payment arrangement can be made to the buyer's convenience.

Grover Cleveland
Allen Thurman
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Rare Glass Ballot Box Political Campaign Torch
Item #: NEW-008284

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Here's a parade torch that is not seen that often. The handle measures 44 inches. It is in remarkably complete condition with most of the paint still there, along with the wick. There is a bubble like crack on part of one side of the glass which may be hard to see in the scan. It is a swirl like defect which is hard to see against the wick last scan). It appears to be in no danger of cracking anymore and I've had it many years. 1880 would be the date of the torch. I have no idea how this could be packed but it may have to be done professionally. If so, I will pay half the cost if payment is made by check. Ignore the shipping costs on the invoice as it is unknown.

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Famous "Dewey Defeats Truman" Newspaper
Item #: NEW-008224

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Famous newspaper from the November 3, 1948 edition of the Chicago Daily Tribune. This is a Home Edition with two stars. It is not a first printing. Includes other sections but is not a complete paper. Great condition. I deacidified the front page.

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Welcome Mr Kennedy-Dallas Newspaper Advertisement
Item #: NEW-008185

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Full page ad that unfortunately ran the day Kennedy was assasinated in Dallas. This ad is from The Dallas Morning News which ran on November 22. The ad is very anti-Kennedy. It has been encapsulated and placed on acid free paper.

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Rare Celluloid-The White Man's Party
Item #: NEW-008069

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One inch celluloid with a filled back so it is an early button. I don't know the history of this Party though the goal is clear. There is a rather pronounced bump over the letter W. Perhaps something was trapped under the celluloid is the assembling of the button. I paid $200 for this button over twenty years ago.

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Large Mourning Photo of Lincoln-Eagle Hanger
Item #: NEW-007954

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Period photograph of Abraham Lincoln, "Late President of the United States" Photo measures two and a half by two inches. It is likely that there was a black ribbon that this was attached to due to the large size but I don't know. Great condition.

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Rare Tennessee LBJ Button
Item #: NEW-007934

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Two and a quarter inch cello with scattered spotting as can be seen in the scan. Nevertheless, this is a very rare button, made by the Sanders Button Company in Nashville. It is the only specimen that I have ever had. The Sanders Company building was destroyed by fire on two occasions and I think this is why so many of their buttons are scarce.

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Rare Tennessee Will Go for Ike
Item #: NEW-007932

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Very few specimens exist of this three inch celluloid. Nice condition. Alot of scattered dots in the white field which do not appear as foxing

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I Like IKE and Tennessee Too
Item #: NEW-007884

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Very scarce three and a half inch button in very nice condition. This button, when seen, is rarely in good condition. Eisenhower

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Illustrated Lincoln Song Sheet
Item #: NEW-007880

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Beutifull song sheet titled "Abe Lincon's Union Wagon." Scattered red streaks that was used in coloring this item. See scan. Great condition.

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Hustling Teddy Toy-Teddy Roosevelt
Item #: NEW-007793

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Period toy made in honor of Teddy Roosevelt. Paint as fresh as it can be except on the reverse where it has rubbed against the leg resulting in a white line, barely noticable. Wheels are banged up from actually being used. All the parts are present. Box is beaten up and ends are missing.

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Celluloid-Only Known Specimen-FDR Visit-Nashville-Vanderbilt
Item #: NEW-007618

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Two and a quarter inch celluloid button made by the Sanders button company in Nashville Tennessee. This was most probably a sample button made for Franklin D Roosevelt's visit to Nashville. Gold and black colors and remnants under the collett where a black ribbon hung at one time. Gold and black were Vanderbilt's colors. FDR did make an appearance at Vanderbilt during his visit in November of 1934. Roosevelt came to Nashville at the invitation of Tennessee Congressman and House Speaker, Joseph W Byrns. Other stops were made to Ward Belmont and the Hermitage. Button is from my collection and is in nice condition. No paypal on this item but will work out a payment plan, if requested.

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Rare Carter Sasser Gore Coattail Button
Item #: NEW-007569

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Two an a quarter inch cello. This is only the second specimen of this button that I have ever had. Unfortunately there is scattered foxing along the rim and extending to the front. See the scan on the left hand side. There is another cluster in that area and scattered light foxing areas on the rim. Grey spot in scan is not on the button. Tennessee Al Gore Jr Jimmy Carter, Jim Sasser.  This was for Gore's first Congressional campaign.

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Six Inch Bobby Kennedy Celluloid
Item #: POL-007479

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The only condition problem worth noting on this button are some folds in the celluloid at the edges in three places, one of which is very small. This evidently occured when assembling the button. See scan to see what I am talking about. Robert Kennedy, Robert F Kennedy

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Clinton for Attorney General Poster-Rare-Rare
Item #: NEW-007403

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Great local item for William Jefferson Clinton when he was running for attorney general. Good condition with very minor wear.

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Benjamin Harrison-Reid Badge
Item #: NEW-007380

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Unusual variety of this brass shell badge with ribbon. Nice condition as can be seen in the scan.

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Franklin D Roosevelt for U S Senator Celluloid
Item #: NEW-007355

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Choice 7/8 of an inch button for FDR. Paper insert in the back.

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Rare Albert Gore Jr. for Senator Button
Item #: NEW-007336

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Two and a quarter inch portrait celluloid which is very rare and only one I have ever had. Scattered, very light clear spotting as usually happens with these old badge-a-minute buttons.

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Rare Gore Family Postcard-Gore Sr's Last Campaign
Item #: NEW-007328

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This is the only specimen of this card that I have ever had. Nice condition. Campaign message on the back. Albert Gore Jr is in his uniform.

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Our Team Coattail Button-Carter Sasser Gore
Item #: NEW-007320

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Very tough to obtain two and a quarter inch cello. Scattered light spotting. Looks worse on the scan. Jimmy Carter, Jim Sasser, and Albert Gore Jr. Tennessee.

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Rare Estes Kefauver Coon Skin Cap- Hopeful Button
Item #: NEW-007262

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One and a quarter inch cello button for Estes Kefauver. Numerous tiny spots which appear to be in the printing. Small scuff mark.

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Very Rare Albert Gore Jr Open Meeting Celluloid
Item #: NEW-007253

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Three inch celluloid button which was made to commemorate Gore's 1,000 open meetings that he had hosted in Tennessee. This was held in Difficult Tennessee. It took me many years to obtain this specimen. Presents well but I note some spots under a strong light which may be in the printing and are not distracting.

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Rare Bill Clinton Paperweight-Wins Nomination-1992
Item #: NEW-007246

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Very rare historic paperweight which memorializes Bill Clinton's achievement of obtaining the magic number needed to win the nomination. This was produced by the official headquarters in Little Rock Arkansas and was made in very small quantity. Measures 4 by 4 inches. Made of glass and writing is etched in. There are numerous little clear spots within the glass, as made in the production.

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Franklin Roosevelt Campaign Postcard
Item #: NEW-006938

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Scarce card illustrating the campaign issues of FDR. Unused and slight wear to the corners

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Flyer-Bill Clinton for Congress
Item #: NEW-006929

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Early campaign pamplet for Clinton in his Congressional run.

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Southerners for Eisenhower Button
Item #: NEW-006640

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Tough button that is almost always found with condition problems. This may be the case as the lamination process was faulty on all the buttons I've seen. Looks great to the eye but under strong magnification one can see light foxing all along the outer edge of the button. Also area above the F and under the Confederate flag. The back rim is fairly clean. This button measures one and a half inches.

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Rare Tennessee Willkie Button
Item #: NEW-006619

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5/8 of an inch celluloid, "Tennessee Wants Willkie and McNary 1940" Very clean look but under strong magnification I see one spot between the A and the E in the word want that looks like foxing and one on the rim. The spots under the letter M and R in McNary is in the printing.

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James Garfield-Chester Arthur Bandana-Hanky
Item #: NEW-006613

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This item measures 17 by 17 inches. I don't know where you would consider this a large handkerchif or a small bandana. Nice, condition. Only problem I can see is some staining along the right hand edge. See scan.

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Ultra Rare Car Tags-Truman & Barkley Jugate-Dewey
Item #: NEW-006578

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This is a set of license plates that I have never seen before. Unusual Truman Barkley jugate and a Dewey Warren plate attachment. Minor wear.

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Tennessee Franklin Roosevelt Button
Item #: NEW-006571

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"Tennessee Young Democrats" put out this handsome one inch celluloid. Nice condition. There was an error in the pricing of this item which has been corrected.

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Teddy Roosevelt On A Stick Toy
Item #: NEW-006544

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Great old wooden toy. See the scan to view the worn condition. Note the partial Xmas tag still present. The string is missing just below the wooden bar which could be replaced to make TR jump over the sticks. There can't be many of these around

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1829-Andrew Jackson Clothing Button
Item #: NEW-006362

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Rare inaugural item for President Jackson. The stud is missing but that side is very clean. See the scans.

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Sit-In Songs-Songster-Congress of Racial Equality
Item #: NEW-006295

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Nineteen page booklet put out by CORE in 1962. Acidic toning along the edge of the spine otherwise is nice condition. Contains favorite songs from the Civil Rights movement.

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Rare Proof Paper for Presidential Hopeful Ribbon
Item #: NEW-006290

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This was prepared as a sample for a ribbon that was never made, as far as I know, for Cordell Hull. Top reads Cordell Hull for President, painted Tennessee flag, and below the flag a banner which reads Tennessee's 4th President with an actual photograph of Cordell Hull. Stain at the top, glued to a green cardboard folder which as a tear in the front.

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Rare Campaign Postcard-Teddy Roosevelt
Item #: NEW-006261

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This is the only example I have ever seen of this unused postcard which shows a Union and Confederate Veteran sending a message to "Mr. Roosevelt You Must Finish This Job. The People Demand It. One More Term as President by You Will Do It." Undivided back and there is a printed address to the Honorable Theodore Roosevelt, Washington DC. One tiny corner crease and a light stain in upper right hand edge.

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Abraham Lincoln Quick Step-Sheet Music
Item #: NEW-006258

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Beautiful Beige tinted lithograph, complete sheet music, unfortunatley marred by being cut down to place in an album. This has partially cut off the title and whatever was below it. Right edge has also been trimmed, somewhat unevenly with a tad of the graphics missing at the top edge area. Cover is detached from the other two pages. Back blank page is missing. According to Crew this sheet was published by J Church Jr in Cincinnati Ohio Litho by Ehrgott, Forbriger & Company. Date is 1860. Some stains and spotting.

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Rare Davis Bryan Victory Litho
Item #: NEW-006174

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Very though to obtain 5/8 of an inch litho button. Presents well but as you can see in the scan there is a scratch across the bottom star and some tiny dots all of which detracts very little from the appearance of this button.

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Very Rare KKK Plate-Stone Mountain Gathering
Item #: NEW-006154

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This plate measures six inches. Some wear to the blue rim in the upper area and some wear to the gold gilt in the bottom area. No scratches or chips. Creme colored. Scan has not captured the true color. This plate memorializes the rejuvenation of the Ku Klux Klan when they met at the foot of Stone Mountain in Atlanta Georgia. Back mark reads A C Blair Klanplate Co in Chester, West Virginia.

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1901 Postal Card-UCV-Teddy Roosevelt-Racist
Item #: NEW-006113

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Mailed postal card in good condition. This card was a reminder for a Nathan Bedford Forrest Camp Meeting in Chattanooga Tennessee. Mimeographed cartoon by L T Dickinson the Adjutant for the United Confederate Veterans. Dickinson often used political themes on his cards which have become a popular collectible for political and Civil War collectors. This card features Roosevelt with his foot in the mouth of a black man. The "South" is in the background expressing shock and saying "Teddy put his foot in it." This is a reaction to President Roosevelt inviting Booker T Washington to eat with him in the White House causing racism to rear it's ugly head in the South. This was a hot button campaign issue which was also personified in the famous Equality buttons, some of which were caricatures of the White House dinner between TR and Washington.

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Rare Nixon Staff Button
Item #: NEW-006110

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Three and a half inch celluloid. Slight indentation has casued that little reflection on the letter F. Not visable on the button which is in good condition. I believe this is an unlisted button.

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John W Davis Sepia Celluloid
Item #: NEW-006106

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One and a quarter inch button in choice condition.

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Beautiful William McKinley-Teddy Roosevelt Poster
Item #: NEW-006059

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Classic, color litho poster in nice condition except for the water stain shown in the separate scan along with some edge wear and other small stains that do not detract that much. Measures 28 by 17 and a half inches. Would not mail in the frame. If there are other condition problems after I take the poster out I will notify the potential buyer.

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Constitution-Laws of Knights of the Ku Klux Klan
Item #: NEW-006053

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First edition, printed in 1921 in Atlanta Georgia. Small soft cover booklet measuring 4 by 4 inches. Cover is as new but some of the interior pages are stained. 96 pages. Guaranteed authenic.

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Beautiful Charles Hughes Celluloid
Item #: NEW-005965

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One and a quarter inch celluloid in nice condition. Light surface scratches visable only under magnification while rotating under a light.

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Sheet Music-Bull Moose March-Teddy Roosevelt
Item #: NEW-005913

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Complete, intact sheet with minor wear. Light pencil previous owner's name. One small edge tear. "First and Original March Dedicted to the National Progressive Convention, Chicago, Aug 5, 1912." By Erwin R Schmidt, published by the Progressive Music Publishers, Chicago.

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Calvin Coolidge Portrait Button
Item #: NEW-005897

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Nice condition on this one and 3/4 inch celluloid.

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