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BRITISH FAIRBAIRN SYKES FIGHTING KNIFE WITH SHEATH
BRITISH FAIRBAIRN SYKES FIGHTING KNIFE WITH SHEATH | Leather sheath is not original. No visible markings. | Blade Length: 6.5" | Overall Length: 11.5" Centurion Auctions
COLT 1911 USMC VIETNAM COMMEMORATIVE PISTOL
COLT 1911 USMC VIETNAM COMMEMORATIVE PISTOL | engraved with gold plating. Number 155/500. Issued by America Remembers and authorized by the Marine Corps Association. Original display box. | Model: 1911A1 | Caliber / Gauge: .45 Auto | Barrel Length: 5" | Serial Number: 2843478 Centurion Auctions
COLOMBIAN BRNO vz.24 RIFLE 7mm MAUSER
COLOMBIAN BRNO vz.24 RIFLE 7mm MAUSER | Matching serial numbers. No import marks. | Caliber / Gauge: 7mm Mauser | Barrel Length: 24" | Serial Number: 6502 Centurion Auctions
THOMPSON CENTER CONTENDER 7MMTCU BULL BARREL
THOMPSON CENTER CONTENDER 7MMTCU BULL BARREL | Fixed front and adjustable rear sight. | Caliber / Gauge: 7mm TCU | Barrel Length: 10" | Serial Number: NSN Centurion Auctions
CIVIL WAR US SCHENKL SHELL CROSS KEYS
CIVIL WAR US SCHENKL SHELL CROSS KEYS 3.67" diameter. Slider/Anvil/Cap fuse. Found short of Confederate position. | Size: 9" | Provenance: Collection of lifelong relic hunter, Wilbur C. Bedall. Born in 1929 and raised until about the age of 15 on Sunnyslope Orchard in Burkeville VA, Mr. Bedall’s interest in the Civil War and relics began as a young boy, with the countless Civil War lead bullets he found throughout the orchard. From childhood forward, Mr. Bedall excelled in his relic hunting abilities, continually honing his skills. Mr. Bedall’s relic hunting spanned nearly 70 years, and included discoveries on private land up and down the East Coast. Mr. Bedall was methodical and deliberate in his approach to hunting relics, in that he would spend many hours studying routes, maps, information, positions, and trajectories in and around known Civil War sites. He would then, based on his studies, he would deduce the most likely overshot areas. Once he felt reasonably confident in his assumptions, he would ask the permission of the land owner to search their property. All of Mr. Bedall’s finds originated on private land. Mr. Bedall felt documentation was of particular importance, and as such, he carefully documented each and every discovery. Mr. Bedall was very dedicated to relic hunting. For decades, he spent nearly every spare moment towards growing the collection. The Bedall Relic Collection is vast, and most likely the largest and most comprehensive personal relic collection known to exist. You can read more about Mr. Bedall and his collection at www.CenturionAuctions.com/Bedall Centurion Auctions

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