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    1984 Los Angeles Summer Olympics Torch in Original Packaging. Fresh off the showroom floor comes this torch from an Olympics best remembered for Carl Lewis' four Gold Medals to match Jesse Owens, and Mary Lou Retton's flawless vault in women's gymnastics. While other torches got in on the fun, however, this one was left at home. The result is a Dead Mint specimen in its original leather case, complete with instructions manual. Highly collectible in any condition, this unimprovable representation should really strike a chord with serious Olympic collectors.

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    May, 2016
    12th-14th Thursday-Saturday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 14
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