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    Ed White II: Men's Jewelry Worn by Him with the Original Lambskin Case, from his Personal Collection. The men's travel jewelry case in which White kept his favorite cuff links, tie tacks, and lapel pins is offered here with the contents intact. We note: several complete pairs of cuff links including a particularly nice set with the Boy Scout emblem (White was a Boy Scout); various tie clips including Boy Scout and Pratt Whitney Aircraft examples; a Texas Congressman "Tiger" Teague pocket knife; tie tacks and lapel pins including Red Cross "Senior Life Saving", Mach Buster N.A.A., Toastmasters International, and Collins Radio Apollo. Of particular note are a small set of Pilot Wings, a West Point Rosette, and an Oak Leaf Cluster from a ribbon bar. More than thirty items total. One-time opportunity. Generally very fine condition.

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    April, 2013
    18th Thursday
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