1900 William Mckinley Milk Glass Backed Presidential Campaign Paperweight
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1900 William Mckinley Milk Glass Backed Presidential Campaign Paperweight:
Rare, 1900, William McKinley Presidential Campaign Milk Glass Backed Paperweight. This stunningly beautiful, Campaign Paperweight is octagonal shaped and measures approx. 3" in diameter by 1 1/8" thick and features a portrait image of the Candidate in the center.
This beautiful Paperweight is made of clear glass with a layer of white milk glass on the reverse. The image is printed on the upper surface of the milk glass wafer and is viewed through the thick, clear glass of the Paperweight. It is unsigned by the manufacturer but was likely made by either Albert A. Graeser, J. N. Abrams or Barnes and Abrams.
This very rare, 1900 Milk Glass Backed, Glass William McKinley Campaign Paperweight is in excellent condition - the glass is clean and crystal clear. While there is some exceptionally light scratches to the surface and two miniscule manufacturing blemishes to that same surface there are no chips, significant scratches, cracks, breaks or significant surface wear of any kind. The Paperweight displays nicely and is stunningly beautiful.
A very rare and very attractive, 1900, William McKinley, Milk Glass Backed, Presidential Campaign Paperweight and a fantastic addition to any collection!!!
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