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    Roy M. Cohn: Personal Monogrammed Electric Razor. Compact rechargeable electric razor with silver case engraved "RMC" [Roy Marcus Cohn], in the original leather traveling case, accompanied by a flannel pouch marked "Tiffany & Co." Cohn was a controversial attorney most noted for his association with and assistance given to Wisconsin Senator Joseph McCarthy, during the famous "witch hunts" of the 1950's. The pair were often depicted together in press release photos. The lot is sold with a copy of Cohn's last will & testament (wherein he gives his personal assets and affects to Thomas A. Bolan and Peter Fraser) plus an invitation to a Cohn birthday party given on June 22, 1985.

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    December, 2012
    11th-12th Tuesday-Wednesday
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