BATTLE OF LITTLE BIGHORN / CUSTER'S LAST STAND AUTHENTIC DUG BRASS U.S. RELIC B For Sale
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BATTLE OF LITTLE BIGHORN / CUSTER'S LAST STAND AUTHENTIC DUG BRASS U.S. RELIC B:
Hi, up for sale, a VERY VERY rare relic from the famed Battle of Little Bighorn / Custer's Last Stand. This is an authentic, dug, brass U.S. Military issue accouterment attributed to the Battle of Little Bighorn. As the COA says, this piece is from a uniform of a soldier or other equipment standard to the U.S. Seventh Cavalry. It is from the fabled collection formed by Stephen B. Reed, the longest serving Mayor of Harrisburg PA. His term lasted from 1982-2010. This piece, part of Reed's collection assembled in the 1990's, was intended for inclusion in the National Museum of the Old West that was to be housed in the Pennsylvania state capital. In 2003, Reed announced his plans for the museum, but unfortunately budgetary concerns prevented it from operating and necessitated the breaking up and selling of the collection. This original brass relic, in original "found" condition, is accompanied by a COA from JG Autographs Inc attesting to the provenance of the Harrisburg sale as well as a second COA from the Mayor of Harrisburg PA, Linda D. Thompson. Also, accompanied by a custom 8x10 graphic display sheet. This is a very rare relic from one of U.S.'s most famous battles and would look great displayed in any collection. This is for the serious collector and it doesn't get any better with ROCK SOLID provenance, so you know it's the REAL DEAL. If you have any questions, email me. Thanks.