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Lincoln and Hamlin
   
Complete Explanation:
A small campaign banner consisting of an American flag pattern, with thirty-one stars, printed on fabric. The words "Lincoln and Hamlin" are overprinted in black. Collins describes a similar example, but with a slightly different placing of the overprinting. This example resembles two small flag banners produced by Howard for the Breckenridge-Lane (no. 1860-19) and Douglas-Johnson (no. 1860-20) tickets.

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