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    1968 Ralph Kiner Presentational Winchester Shotgun. Elegantly crafted weapon was a gift from an unknown person or organization to the avid outdoorsman and Hall of Fame slugger who led the National League in home runs every season from 1946 through 1952. An engraved round brass plaque inset on the wooden stock reads, "Ralph Kiner 1968." Manufacturer's engraving on the barrel reads, "Winchester - Model - 1200 - 12 GA. - 2 3/4 Cham." Condition is magnificent. Included with the gun are four signed photographs of Kiner on hunting expeditions, one of which clearly pictures him holding this weapon. Two are signed by Kiner alone. A third is signed by Kiner, Jerry Koosman and Tom Seaver, while the fourth is personalized, "To Ralph, A Great Sportsman & hunting partner. It was a lot of fun! Best Wishes Always, Jerry Koosman." A fine piece to hang over the mantle, or to take to the woods.

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    Auction Dates
    May, 2006
    6th Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 17
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