Poster promoting Warren Harding for president, 1920. Edmonston, Washington, DC.
Does size matter? If so, this Harding poster might be for you. It's not just the largest known for this candidate, but one of the largest from the era. The equally rare James Cox mate sells for north of $5000 when it comes on the market. Why there would be such a disparity in value between the winner and loser in this election is a little puzzling, as the Harding is nearly as difficult to acquire. A few minor wrinkles as would be expected, otherwise outstanding condition for a century-old poster. Lots of "wow" factor for the price!