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    Buddy Ebsen's Bagpipes from The Beverly Hillbillies. Two of the most memorable story arcs on The Beverly Hillbillies involved the Clampetts inheriting a castle in England, accidentally starting a second War of the Roses with a neighboring family, and encountering a man in a kilt for the first time. Featured here is a set of bagpipes used in the latter episode, "Coming Through the Rye" (broadcast date October 16, 1968), in Excellent condition. Scotsman not included. From the Buddy Ebsen Estate.

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    Auction Dates
    April, 2008
    5th Saturday
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