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Items associated with the assassination of America's 35th President, John F. Kennedy, hit the auction block.
KEN GOLDIN, GOLDIN AUCTIONS "These are items that relate mostly to the assassination of President Kennedy with a couple others just relating to his tenure as President of the United States. And there are historically significant because each item represents a one of a kind collectable that played an important role in the assassination of the president."
On November 22 1963, the 46-year old Kennedy was shot dead whilst riding through the streets of Dallas, Texas in a limosene.
The keys to the limo are one of thirteen JFK items to go up for auction, and are expected to bring in 50,000 USD.
Shortly after JFK's assassination Texas. Police arrested Lee Harvey Oswald, a former US Marine, for the murder of the President. The following month, on November 24, Oswald was shot and killed by Dallas nightclub owner Jack Ruby when he was being transferred from a police jail.
Also included in the auction are items from the Dallas jail were accused shooter Lee Harvey Oswald and Jack Ruby were held.
KEN GOLDIN, GOLDIN AUCTIONS "We have the actual handcuff key that was used for the handcuffs that unlock the handcuffs when he went into jail. We have the actual jail cell key from the police department jailer, directly who keep the key to the cell that Lee Harvey Oswald was keep in and then later after Lee Harvey Oswald was killed on his way to court, they put Jack Ruby in that cell. So the same key was used to lock up both Oswald and Ruby.
Since 1963, public fascination with the assassination of JFK seems to have only grown.
KEN GOLDIN, GOLDIN AUCTIONS "Artifacts like this are very important to be kept, not only for historically significance and collectability. But also as a reminder, hey, this actually happened in the United States during many of our lifetimes."
The auction will be held online between the 10 and 30 of January.
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