Annie Oakley’s 16-Gauge to be Sold at Auction
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Annie Oakley’s 16-Gauge Parker Brothers shotgun, used the Wild West Show, may well bring more than $100,000 on Nov. 24 as part of Heritage Auctions’ Legends of the West Signature Auction.

Oakley’s stunning and elegant charm bracelet, one of her most treasured possessions, which features charms from some of her most ardent admirers, including Buffalo Bill Cody himself, is also being offered in the auction. The bracelet descended in the family of Jack Goodwin, the great-grandson of Annie’s brother, Henry Moses. It also expected to bring $100,000+. Its very existence was unknown to Oakley collectors and scholars until earlier this year, when it surfaced along with family photographs in Goodwin’s estate.

Read more at http://historical.ha.com/c/item.zx?saleNo=6110&lotNo=44018#Photo.

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