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This special keepsake pays tribute to the Old West with hard-to-find gambling artifacts. Preserved in a handsome wood frame are original playing cards from the 1800s, vintage poker chips from the early 1900s and a sepia-tone photo reproduction of Wild Bill Hickok, the legendary gunfighter and lawman. In addition, there's a copy of Hickok's 1876 obituary, from a Midwest newspaper (dateline Deadwood City, Black Hills.). The antiqued walnut wood frame comes with a cream-colored matte.
Retrographics is a dream come true for all kinds of history and sports buffs. As the licensee of The New York Times, the company publishes newspaper compilations from the greatest moments in sports history. These compilations and original memorabilia offer a nostalgic and fascinating look at our American past.