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1884 James G. Blaine Republican Candidate For President Coin
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This item is already sold1884 James G. Blaine Republican Candidate For President Coin
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The picture shows a view of both sides of this 1884 James G. Blaine Republican Candidate For President Coin. James Blaine was the Republican Candidate for the Presidency against Grover Cleveland in 1884. The metal this coin is made from is unknown. One side of the coin has his image and the other side has an eagle with a shield. It measures 1-1/16'' wide. It is in good condition as pictured with a hole to hang as a charm or pendant. The two sides are marked as follows:

JAMES G. BLAINE
REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE FOR PRESIDENT

Below here is some Historical Reference information that was found online:

James G. Blaine
1830-1893

Secretary of State - 1881
BLAINE, James Gillespie, 1830-1893

Years of Service: 1876-1881
Party: Republican

''BLAINE, James Gillespie, a Representative and a Senator from Maine; born in West Brownsville, Washington County, Pa., January 31, 1830; was graduated from Washington College, Washington, Pa., in 1847; taught at the Western Military Institute, Blue Lick Springs, Ky.; returned to Pennsylvania; studied law; taught at the Pennsylvania Institution for the Blind in Philadelphia 1852-1854; moved in 1854 to Maine, where he edited the Portland Advertiser and the Kennebec Journal; member, State house of representatives 1859-1862, serving the last two years as speaker; elected as a Republican to the Thirty-eighth and to the six succeeding Congresses and served from March 4, 1863, to July 10, 1876, when he resigned; Speaker of the House of Representatives (Forty-first through Forty-third Congresses); chairman, Committee on Rules (Forty-third through Forty-fifth Congresses); unsuccessful candidate for nomination for President on the Republican ticket in 1876 and 1880; appointed and subsequently elected as a Republican to the United States Senate to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Lot M. Morrill; reelected and served from July 10, 1876, to March 5, 1881, when he resigned to become Secretary of State; chairman, Committee on Civil Service and Retrenchment (Forty-fifth Congress), Committee on Rules (Forty-fifth Congress); Secretary of State in the Cabinets of Presidents James Garfield and Chester Arthur from March 5 to December 12, 1881; unsuccessful Republican candidate for President of the United States in 1884; Secretary of State in the Cabinet of President Benjamin Harrison 1889-1892, when he resigned; aided in organizing and the first president of the Pan American Congress; died in Washington, D.C., January 27, 1893; interment in Oak Hill Cemetery; reinterment at the request of the State of Maine in the Blaine Memorial Park, Augusta, Maine, in June 1920. - Biographical Data courtesy of the Biographical Directory of the United States Congress.''

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1884 James G. Blaine Republican Candidate For President Coin


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