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01/22/2022 07:31 PM
1912 BRONZE PLAQUE “INTERNATIONAL CHAMBER OF CONGRESS”
Comments. This item measures 4 ˝” high x 7 ˝” wide and is dated 1912. it “Commemorates the 15th International Congress of Chambers of Commerce and of Commercial and Industrial Associates”. US Pres. William Howard Taft was the honorary president of the Congress and address the members. The outside border has the date and the countries who attended this event. The plaque is made of bronze that measures 4” high x 7” wide and is mounted on an oak board which has a felt piece on its bottom. This item is in sturdy shape with normal use wear and light soiling.
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