Original Sunglasses owned by President John F. Kennedy. These glasses were saved by Secert Service agent Floyd M. Boring. President Kennedy never carried personal items with him, instead handing articles like his cigars and glasses to Secret Service Agents to hold for him. President Kennedy handed Agent Boring the glasses to hold during his trip to Florida three days before his death. Agent Boring was not on the trip to Dallas and was left with these glasses. Make Offer
President John F. Kennedy blue boxer shorts. Original "Brooks Brothers" blue boxer shorts owned and worn by President John F. Kennedy. These great boxers are size 34 and have a makers mark by Brooks Brothers. They are still marked with his laundry tag "John F. Kennedy". Make Offer.
J.F.K 's Owned and Used Hotel Room Key. Original hotel room key #804 from the Oval Office desk of President John F. Kennedy. This key has an original letter from Evelyn Lincoln, Personal Secretary to John F. Kennedy. This key was removed from J.F.K's desk on the morning of November 23rd , 1963 by Evelyn Lincoln herself. It was rumored that this is the key that J.F.K. used during a secret meeting with Marilyn Monroe in San Juan Puerto Rico by Robert L. White, famed J.F.K. collector and expert.
Original framed photo owned by President John F. Kennedy that hung in the White House. This photo was a favorite of J.F.K's and hung just outside of his oval office. It was removed by Evelyn Lincoln, his personal secretary, on November 23,1963. Also is included is a original letter from Mrs. Lincoln telling the story of this piece of history. Make Offer.
President John F. Kennedy's owned and read copy U.S. News & World Report magazine dated July 25, 1960. Purchsed from the Sotheby's sale of property from the Kennedy Family homes, Febuary 2005. Make Offer.
President John F. Kennedy's Last Cigar. Removed by his secretary Evelyn Lincoln on 11/23/63 from his White house office the day after his assassination. This historic "Perfecto Garcia Ensigns" cigar is in great shape and it includes it's cellophane wrapper.
President John F. Kennedy White House pen. Esterbrook fountain pen designed for President John F. Kennedy. Due to the president's sudden death this pen was used by President Lyndon Johnson to sign the "Warsaw Uprising Day" proclamation on July 31, 1964.
White House push button phone. This rare photo was removed during President Reagan's term in office. Very rare, complete with original directory. Make Offer.
President Ronald Reagan American Flag in its original gift box. President Reagan had these flags made to give to the Iranian hostages. Very rare, one of a kind item. Comes complete with a photo of President Reagan in the White House holding one of these flags with the Iranian hostages. As a note, one flag was given to each hostage. The flags are the same as used on the Presidental Limo.
Ronald Reagan's White House signing pen. This great framed pen framed with a letter from President Reagan's Chief of Staff, Frederick J. Ryan.
Ronald Reagan Owned Cowboy hat. This white cowboy hat owned from the President's personal physician, Daniel Ruge M.D. Ronald Reagan's hat was given to Doctor Bertram Pear after he saved the life or Doctor Ruge.
President Ronald Reagan's black cowboy hat from his 1982 trip to Brazil. It includes a rare news paper photo showing the Gipper waving the this exact hat over his head. This rare hat is from the President's Chief of Staff , Frederick J Ryan.
One of a kind find, President Ronald Reagan signed cast. The incredible thing is not only is there a photo of Ronald Reagan signing the cast, but the photo is also signed by the Gipper himself. There is a letter from Reagan's Doctor, Mr. Herbert K.Yee. He sent the signed photo to the lady in the photo, Mrs. Ruff, directly from Ronald Reagan.
Governor Ronald Reagan owned name plate from the 64th National Governors Conference in June of 1972 in Houston, Texas. This rare Ronald Reagan name tag is in the shape of the great state of Texas.
President Abraham Lincoln's saucer from the White House. In 1864, Mary Todd Lincoln ordered new White House china from J.K Kerr of Philadelphia also known as the "China House". The set was delivered two months before Lincoln's assassination. This saucer has extensive documentation.
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David at 813-240-6590