01 December 2010

Truly a gift for the man...

...who has everything...what a deal
"As Lee Harvey Oswald's coffin was lifted, evidence of extensive water damage to the casket was apparent," said the company.

UPDATE: The suspense is over
It sold Thursday evening for $87,469, which includes a 20 per cent buyers' fee.

“Anything connected to the JFK assassination sells for really high,” said Nate D. Sanders of Nate D. Sanders Auctions in Santa Monica.

He declined to provide details on the winning bidder, but said the bidder might speak publicly Friday.

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