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Price Realized: $6,500 With Buyer's Premium Show Hammer Price
Sale 2471 Lot 235
(KING, MARTIN LUTHER, JR.) Honor King: End Racism. Black and white placard, 21 1/2 x 14 inches; 5 tack holes in margins, a few short wrinkles, small bit of dampstaining on lower edge, but generally well preserved with sharp edges. Memphis, TN: Allied Printing Trades Council, [8 April 1968]
Estimate $10,000 - 15,000
Martin Luther King was in Memphis to support striking sanitation workers when he was assassinated. Four days later, the strikers went ahead with their scheduled rally, now led by his widow, Coretta. The workers and protestors carried these white placards, reading "HONOR KING, END RACISM." This example was acquired at a Kansas City auction.Price Realized (with Buyer's Premium) $6,500