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    Deadwood Stereoview Image of Wild Bill Hickock's Grave Marker, 1876. Low-contrast stereo image of Wild Bill Hickock's grave marker in the Deadwood cemetery. Published by the Black Hills View Company on Sherman Street, Deadwood, and reportedly photographed on August 20, 1876, 18 days after Hickock's death. Wooden marker reads: "Wild Bill, J. B. Hickok killed by the assassin Jack McCall in Deadwood, Black Hills, August 2nd, 1876. Pard, we will meet again in the happy hunting ground to part no more. Good bye, Colorado Charlie, C. H. Utter." An excellent addition to any Deadwood collection!

    Condition: Moderate overall age toning; minor wear to mount corners. Fine.


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    January, 2009
    23rd-25th Friday-Sunday
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