1896 Satirical Political Token - "bryan Dollar/free Silver/one Dam/snakes" Coin For SaleUp for offerding is an 1896 political token satirizing William Jennings Bryan, made for the presidential election between Bryan and William McKinley that year.Description: The token is made from white metal, and measures about 45mm in diameter.The wording on the token (and its large size) references Bryan's embrace of "free silver" (the free and unrestrained coining of silver at a ratio of 16 ounces of silver to 1 ounce gold). The POP on the creature, intended to satirize Bryan himself, stands for the Populist Party, who were strong supporters of the free-silver cause. McKinley, in opposition to Bryan, supported the gold standard as it was known then. McKinley won the 1896 election.Condition: Very good condition. Please examine the photographs for further details and qualities.Thanks for looking!sale, ENDING SUNDAY, JUNE 23.Shipping Information:
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