- March 6, 2014
-- PLYMOUTH, MA, March 6, 2014– J. James Auctioneers & Appraisers, in conjunction with The Exchange of Plymouth, Massachusetts is pleased to offer an unprecedented collection of militaria for sale at public auction. This collection is a New England museum deaccession and has been stored unseen and untouched for decades. Many historically significant and valuable pieces will be brought fresh-to-market. Some highlights include: 17th Century Zischagge helmet, rare and important Uniforms of the Revolutionary War, Civil War, Spanish American War, Indian Wars, WWI and WWII, Uniform and Presentation Sword attributed to Oliver Hazard Perry
, World War Two U.S. Army General Omar Bradley’s
dress uniform with medals, World War Two German Officer uniforms attributed to Dr. Friedrich Wimmer
and Heinrich Eberbach
. Other rare and important military items will be auctioned off at 11:00AM (EST) in the Exhibition Room at Plymouth Memorial Hall, 83 Court Street, Plymouth, MA on Saturday, April 26, 2014. Preview Hours are 10AM-6PM on April 25th, and 9AM-11AM day of sale. Online bidding is available through Invaluable.com and AuctionZip.com, and absentee bidding may be arranged by calling 508-746-8608. For more information, please visit their website at WWW.JJAMESAUCTIONS.COM.
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