Annie Oakley Meerschaum pipe Annie Oakley Meerschaum pipeAnnie Oakley Meerschaum pipe
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Annie Oakley Meerschaum pipe
$450.00

Now here's an interesting item.  A very fancy cased meerschaum pipe with gold filled fittings, well smoked, with average wear.  Very handsome and dsiplays well.  The documentation that comes with it reads as follows: "Meerschaum pipe gold collar purchased circa 1898 by Annie (Sunshine) Oakley and presented to a boxer who used it for a time and then gave it to Oneida Terry, foster daughter of Annie Oakley. (Oneida Terry's father was a rider in Oakley's show).  Mrs. Terry gave the pipe to Rolling Thunder about 1959.  Mrs. Terry, still living in the Modesto, Calif. area.  Rolling Thunder, 18 Aug 74, Thunder Int., Nev."  A second paper reads: "Rolling Thunder kept the pipe until 1969 at which time he gave it to Mr. C. R. Edwards of Oroville.  Mr. Edwards kept the pipe until March, 1980 when he gave it to John Harrington of Palermo, Cal."  First document is a photostat of a handwritten letter.  Second is in longhand ink.

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Annie Oakley Meerschaum pipe

Now here's an interesting item.  A very fancy cased meerschaum pipe with gold filled fittings, well smoked, with average wear.  Very handsome and dsiplays well.  The documentation that comes with it reads as follows: "Meerschaum pipe gold collar purchased circa 1898 by Annie (Sunshine) Oakley and presented to a boxer who used it for a time and then gave it to Oneida Terry, foster daughter of Annie Oakley. (Oneida Terry's father was a rider in Oakley's show).  Mrs. Terry gave the pipe to Rolling Thunder about 1959.  Mrs. Terry, still living in the Modesto, Calif. area.  Rolling Thunder, 18 Aug 74, Thunder Int., Nev."  A second paper reads: "Rolling Thunder kept the pipe until 1969 at which time he gave it to Mr. C. R. Edwards of Oroville.  Mr. Edwards kept the pipe until March, 1980 when he gave it to John Harrington of Palermo, Cal."  First document is a photostat of a handwritten letter.  Second is in longhand ink.


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