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Assorted Brass Shotgun Shells, Lot of Two
Lot # 1313 - Assorted Brass Shotgun Shells, Lot of Two
One case of 29 UMC brass singles and one case of misc. assorted makers and gauges of brass singles.
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Harry Truman, Lyndon Johnson, & Richard Nixon Signed Cards, Plus Hubert Humphrey
Lot # 47 - Harry Truman, Lyndon Johnson, & Richard Nixon Signed Cards, Plus Hubert Humphrey
Lot of six. Two envelopes, a first day cover of Lyndon B. Johnson, two facsimile cards, and one signed card. The first day cover of President Lyndon B. Johnson is postmarked November 5, 1968 and is signed by his Vice President, Hubert Humphrey during his term as Vice President. On the back the previous owner wrote in pencil, "HHH on LBJ cover cancelled Election Day in Washington--great historic item." The two envelopes are from the White House. One is postmarked March 24, 1969 while the other is postmarked February 6, 1964. One facsimile card is a "exact reproduction of the President's signature." The second is a printed signature of Lyndon B. Johnson. Both are on White House stationary. The signed card appears to be signed by Harry Truman on March 25, 1961 after his presidency.
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WWII U.S. Harris-Dunn Corp. Mark I Training Rifle
Lot # 500 - WWII U.S. Harris-Dunn Corp. Mark I Training Rifle
WWII U.S. Harris-Dunn Corp. Mark I training rifle. 43.5" length.
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**Stevens Single -Shot Target Pistol
Lot # 888 - **Stevens Single -Shot Target Pistol
.22 caliber, 8" barrel, S/N 8904. Hard rubber grips.
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Weatherby Lucite Cartridge Displays
Lot # 659 - Weatherby Lucite Cartridge Displays
Two Weatherby Lucite blocks, each featuring ten cartridges in 224, 240, 257, 270, 7mm, 300, 340, 378, 416 and 460 caliber. Each marked Weatherby "Symbol of Superiority." 8" x 5.25".
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Martin Van Buren DS, June 16, 1830
Lot # 8 - Martin Van Buren DS, June 16, 1830
Van Buren, Martin. (1782-1862). Signed before his Presidency June 16, 1830. The document signed by Van Buren is a commission for Thomas William Gilpin, who was "appointed at Counsul of the United States for the port of Belfast in Ireland." The letter details other items mailed with it such as Gilpin's official commission, printed instructions, and a blank Consular Bond Gilpin.
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Group of Various Caliber U.S. Cartridge Co. Cartridges
Lot # 1400 - Group of Various Caliber U.S. Cartridge Co. Cartridges
Group includes: two full to partially full boxes of .25 short caliber Stevens rimfire cartridges; two full to partially full boxes of .32 S&W caliber blank cartridges; a partially full box of .32 S&W caliber centerfire cartridges; two partially full boxes of .32 short caliber blank cartridges; a partially full to full box of .32 short caliber rimfire cartridges; one empty and three full to partially full boxes of .38 S&W caliber centerfire cartridges; a full box of .38 caliber Colt automatic centerfire cartridges; a partially full box of .38 caliber Winchester Model 1873 centerfire cartridges; and two full to partially full boxes of 9mm Luger caliber centerfire cartridges.
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US Model 1860 Staff and Field Sword
Lot # 173 - US Model 1860 Staff and Field Sword
30" etched blade, brass single D-guard, all wire and wrap, maker marked Shannon, Miller and Crane, New York. Plated scabbard and gilt fittings.
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Large European Flare Gun
Lot # 314 - Large European Flare Gun
Approximately 14” overall with a 9” barrel and wood grips, S/N 32589.
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