Lot 94    

McKinley Porcelain Plaque
Special Collections: American Political Timed Auction
A polychrome painted piece of porcelain featuring a famous portrait of William McKinley. Housed in a tained wood frame. Porcelain insert measures 2.5" x 3.75".

Provenance:  
Jim and Pat Gifford Collection of Political Americana


Condition:  
Excellent condition.
Sold: $29.38
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