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    George Armstrong Custer: Three Custer related pieces. Included is a powder horn said to be owned by Custer. An old tag reads "Two of General G.A. Custer's (Only one horn present) powder horns. Found in one of General Custer's farmhouse attic on the North Custer Road, Monroe, Michigan". Measures 6" in length. Also included is a scarf/tie with a letter confirming that it was worn at a Gettysburg event and brought home to the soldier's daughter, and measures 36" long. Lastly a Custer "First Reunion Gen'l George A. Custer's Command 1861-1865" medal held in 1907 in Canandaigua, NY. measuring 1 1/2". A fine group of General Custer material. The Michael Ward Collection of Western Americana

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    Auction Dates
    June, 2021
    19th Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 9
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