Friday, November 22, 2013
JFK’s rocking chair is one of several items up for auction Saturday
Collector Dean Rudoy has been building an archive of JFK items for 50 years.
DALLAS With campaign pins, hand-written notes, magazines and even a bottle of Jacqueline Kennedy signature perfume from the 1960 campaign, Dean William Rudoy’s collection of Kennedy-related memorabilia is diverse. If you’ve wanted to own a pen John F. Kennedy once used to sign legislation, or perhaps a shoehorn from when he was in the Senate, you can bid on these items today on Heritage Auctions’ website.
While Heritage is branching out to auction some amazing properties, they’re best known for handling the sale of iconic collectibles, of which Rudoy’s lot has some incredible pieces. Some of the items are in exceptional condition, and would definitely have impact in any collector’s home. To find out more about what’s on the block, you can peruse (and even bid) the entire lot on Heritage’s website, and even see a video interview with Rudoy himself, who was actually in Dealey Plaza on this day, 50 years ago.
Heritage Auctions (HA.com) — The Kennedy Collection of Dean William Rudoy
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