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19th Century Political Campaign Tokens Ulysses S. Grant to Horace Greeley
TokensGrant-1 1868 Ulysses S. Grant "If It Takes All Summer" white metal. 
Here's a @1 1/8" brass or bronze campaign medal from Civil War General, Ulysses Grant's first run for president in 1868.  It uses a famous quote by him written in letters to his superiors in the Spring of 1864, around the time of Spotsylvania; "I propose to fight it out on this line if it takes all summer."  Which makes for a good campaign slogan, as well.
 28 mm
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TokensGrant-2 1868 Ulysses S. Grant & Schuyler Colfax rare verison uniface brass token in Dewitt 1868-34.  Try to find one of these listed in many years--hard to find.
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TokensGrant-3  1868 Horatio  Seymour for President and Frank Blair for VP Democrat PartyToken HS 1868-7a.jpg 26mm Copper
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TokensGrant-4  Horace Greeley for President 1872 Brass Token Dewitt-HG 1871-22 High Relief
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1862 Lieutenant General Grant's Grand March Sheet Music
TokensGrant-4  10" x 13 1/2" Sheet Music "Respectfully Dedicated to Lieutenant General U. S. Grant" with listings of his victories at battle during the Civil War on each side of his portrait in Uniform. 
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