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The Tombstone Daily Epitaph Collection (7) [136028]

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The Tombstone Daily Epitaph Collection (7) [136028]

Lot 1021 Details

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This fascinating and historical collection of sections from the Tombstone Epitaph Newspaper include issues dated July 6, 1882, March 15, 1882, January 22, 1882, December 24, 1881, November 30, 1881, November 19, 1881, and August 11, 1881. Since Wyatt Earp and his brothers were still residents of the city, there is mention of Wyatt's brother Virgil and Frank Stilwell, an outlaw who was suspected of killing Morgan Earp and was killed by Wyatt Earp in a Tucson train yard on March 20, 1882. These are a real look into life and times during this period and the American Wild West. A real historic collection. Each issue is complete and individually protected in full-page archival polyester sleeves which are then mounted in stiff cardboard folios. Please see photos for more details and condition.Date: 1881-1882State: ArizonaCity: Tombstone
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The Tombstone Daily Epitaph Collection (7) [136028]

Estimate $300 - $500
Aug 05
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1021: The Tombstone Daily Epitaph Collection (7) [136028]

Sold for $950
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Est. $300 - $500Starting Price $150
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Lot 1021 Details

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This fascinating and historical collection of sections from the Tombstone Epitaph Newspaper include issues dated July 6, 1882, March 15, 1882, January 22, 1882, December 24, 1881, November 30, 1881, November 19, 1881, and August 11, 1881. Since Wyatt Earp and his brothers were still residents of the city, there is mention of Wyatt's brother Virgil and Frank Stilwell, an outlaw who was suspected of killing Morgan Earp and was killed by Wyatt Earp in a Tucson train yard on March 20, 1882. These are a real look into life and times during this period and the American Wild West. A real historic collection. Each issue is complete and individually protected in full-page archival polyester sleeves which are then mounted in stiff cardboard folios. Please see photos for more details and condition.Date: 1881-1882State: ArizonaCity: Tombstone

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