After years of seeking out these obscure and rare items of historical significance, an area collector is now selling them in this Pieces of History Cornerstone Showroom online auction. More than 350 lots will sell regardless of price, including a 1791 Collins Bible, paintings by an infamous American serial killer, a crime boss's collectibles, historical newspapers, coins, sterling silver, Civil Rights Movement items, sports memorabilia, Apollo and NASA memorabilia, Boston Tea Party tea and more.
The online auction, conducted by Mayo Auction and Realty of Belton Missouri, is now open for bidding. "This is a rare opportunity for enthusiasts of history, oddities and curiosities to purchase interesting pieces of the past," says Robert Mayo, chief executive officer and auctioneer at Mayo Auction and Realty.
The collection for sale also includes:
Louis Mushro's collection of hair strands from major American and world historical figures.
Autographs, pieces of clothing, items, buildings, and more from living and dead world-class actors, athletes, civil rights trailblazers, writers, political leaders, musicians, singers, comedians, and coaches.
Photos and descriptions of the items will be posted in an online bidding catalog and bidders can place bids from anywhere on their mobile devices, tablets or computers. An in-person preview will be on Monday, March 27, from 4-6 p.m. at the Mayo Auction Cornerstone Showroom, 16513 Cornerstone Drive in Belton. Online bidding ends Tuesday, March 28. Nationwide shipping is available.
Mayo Auction and Realty is a leading online auction provider in Kansas and Missouri and has more than 21 years of experience in real estate auction services, business asset liquidations, estate liquidations, equipment and vehicle auctions and appraisal services.
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