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    Gene Autry Owned Group of Sterling Silver and Gold Accoutrements (1930s-1950s). Six pieces total including: 1) a pair of gold-tone collar clips with a Shriner's emblem in the center surrounded by rhinestone chips (one missing); 2) a pair of sterling silver collar clips with a 10K gold horse head/horseshoe emblem; 3) a pair of sterling silver collar clips with turquoise, mother of pearl, and other inlaid stones; 4) a small Western-style sterling silver belt buckle, engraved on the back "From / Gene Autry / Xmas '39;" 5) another small Western-style sterling silver belt buckle, engraved on the back "Gene Autry / TV 1950;" and 6) a small Western-style 10K gold belt buckle; all owned and/or used by the star (with the belt buckles evidently intended to be gifted). Consigned directly by The Estate of Gene Autry.

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    Auction Dates
    July, 2018
    21st Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 1
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