DOCOP Initial Public Offering Award is presented to Monica Hall. The undersigned acted as the financial advisor in the $39,300,000 transaction. Monica's Swan desk figurine from Bream Hall also included.
1279. Endoskeleton "Terminator" Westinghouse M95A1 Phased Plasma Rifle from Terminator 2: Judgment Day.(Carolco, 1991) Vintage original static prop rifle constructed of foam filled cast resin, measuring approx. 32.5 in. x 14.75 x 1.5 in. The fictional Westinghouse M95A1 Phased Plasma Rifle is seen being used by the endoskeleton "Terminators" and resistance fighters in the future scenes of the film. This weapon was built on the Calico M960 (Liberty 100 variant) 9mm submachine gun. Exhibiting prod
1489. Roman gladius and scabbard from Gladiator. (Universal, 2000) Original Pompei style prop gladius with 21 in. aluminum blade expertly studio painted with streaks of black to appear aged battle-worn, 8.5 in. wooden guard, handgrip and pommel. Measuring 29.5 x 3.75 in., with 22.75 x 3.75 in. cast resin sheath wrapped in maroon canvas, embellished with aluminum. Exhibiting production wear, with indentations and dings to the blade from staged battles and rubbing to canvas sheath. In good to very
The USS a venerable veteran of WWI, was the only American battleship to get underway during the 7 December 1941 attack at Pearl Harbor. This 53" X 96" (estimated) 48-star US cotton bunting contract flag was made by the Valley Forge Flag Company and is finished with a white canvas heading and two grommets. It is marked "USS NEVADA." This flag flew on the USS during or prior to WWII. Whether it was a storm ensign or possibly a boat flag remains undetermined.USS (BB-36) launched in 1914, was one
lever action, .32 cal., 24 in. octagonal barrel, S/N 148465A, manufactured 1884, walnut stock and forearm, full length tubular magazine, top of barrel marked "WINCHESTER'S-REPEATING-ARMS-NEW HAVEN CT./KING'S-IMPROVEMENT-PATENTED-MARCH 29 1866. OCTOBER 16.1860.", receiver tang marked "MODEL.1873", receiver bottom gold plate marked "32 CAL.", steel butt plate adjustable rear sight, fixed front sight
Rossi RS22 Rifle, .22 LR, 18 in. barrel, S/N 7CA125666M, plastic stock, one magazine, like new; Sears model 101.527030, .22 S,L or LR, 20 in. barrel, S/N P535086, good condition, light pitting to barrel especially around front sight, wood stock in good condition; Marlin Glenfield Model 60G, .410 ga., 24.5 in. barrel, bolt action, NVSN, wood stock, good condition, light pitting to barrel; Hatfield GSL Shotgun, 12 ga., 3 in. chamber, 25.5 in. vent rib barrel, S/N 12S16-102742, wood stock, good con
Company B of the 116th Infantry Regiment, among the first to land at D-Day, was a federalized National Guard unit from the Commonwealth of Virginia and was a component of the oldest unit in continuous Virginia service, having been organized on 3 November 1741. Most of the men hailed from Amhurst, Bedford and Campbell counties. Perhaps their most poignant remembrance is at the National D-Day Memorial in nearby Bedford, Virginia which, in part, reads: "Think not only upon their passing. Remember t
54 cal., 33 in. round barrel, lock plate stamped behind hammer "N.Haven/1852" and, front on hammer stamped "E.WHITNEY/US", barrel left side stamped "STEEL", top left barrel stamped "US/JCP/VP", barrel tang stamped "1852", butt plate tang stamped "US" and "48", oval cartouche with initials on left stock flat, oversized brass patchbox, brass butt plate, side plate, trigger guard and barrel bands, fixed rear sight and half moon brass front sight on front double strap barrel band, tapered top, threa