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    A Richard Dawson Traveling Game Set by Gucci and A Collection of Inscribed Books, 1970s-1980s. Case made of brown leather, embossed "R.D." on the lower right corner, back stamped "Made in Italy / by / Gucci," gold and silver-tone chess and checker pieces inside; together with four books from Dawson's library, all inscribed to him by the authors including Sammy Davis, Jr., Regis Philbin, Rod McKuen, and a member of the infamous Hatfield clan; also included is another book by McKuen (but not inscribed), two letters from McKuen to Dawson; a DVD box set of the entire run of the CBS series "Hogan's Heroes" (that Dawson starred in as "Corporal Peter Newkirk" from 1966 to 1971); and a DVD box set of the second season only of the series.
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    Auction Dates
    March, 2017
    18th Saturday
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