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So they say well I don't know about that but -- -- that wasn't -- attention that it -- -- A little more this this stuff that you have a Roy and dale.
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So this is this goes from the museum that was out in Branson Missouri.
It was out there for many many decades and it's really owned by the rule the Rogers family.
Voice started the museum actually out in California.
Think in the fifties or sixties and it was really distorted his warehouse of -- and -- I think he felt he could start sharing it with the public.
And you know like everyone else economy hit hard and I think Branson's -- taken -- -- and the museum became somewhat difficult to support because again it really was the Stanley venture.
And I think the great part of the story is that Roy -- many many years ago told the family you know if this ever becomes a difficulty of financial burden.
-- -- I'm really okay with that and I think the great thing today is.
And given the response we've already had we're not even on -- yet but just all the people that have been calling us and emailing us.
There's such a huge -- is still for roll like that for people to own a piece of this I think it's just an amazing opportunity.
Not -- the horse race stuff -- yeah.
-- -- -- to auction runs you can -- trigger it it I will see for Christie's this is probably first this'll probably be a world record tax attorney I'm not shore.
So we have trigger stuffed and he's rearing in his most sort of famous position sure we also have Dale's -- buttermilk.
And we actually of triggered junior for those that are looking for the next generation of triggers and lastly we have.
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Well I mean yes and the reality is I think the big price tag will be now you know the big trigger but now not everyone is enough price point.
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You know the great thing about rule I was.
That he was so multifaceted and he he was and so when -- -- crossovers he started in music.
-- sons of the pioneer he then moved into film he then moved into television he was also.
One of the earliest merchandisers.
Answered after Disney he was the second largest merchandise and that era so those -- really represents everything from his film career his music career.
Incredible great -- -- -- tied to play -- lunch boxes action figures from the fifties.
Sports memorabilia he was big sports fan he was given lots -- signed baseballs and he's -- Cincinnati Reds home -- One of the most incredible lots I think is the 1964 Bonneville.
It is this actually I think you would look like and in Imus is since super tricked out.
Now convertible that was done by newbie who was the rodeo -- that you're talking generally -- And it's got.
Hand tooled leather seats the the doors open with guns -- silver dollars and -- -- in the leather work it is the most incredible car I've ever seen.
And of course we have the most famous chief of the mom Nelly -- And his dad and ended up a boxer's office -- -- on how -- -- blame them many elaborate actually where it reports that the two groups whose service.
The staff -- -- -- wanted to solve.
Oh I think well we actually have his and her seat could go together because we've got -- clothing as well.
Dylan -- plus size of the doldrums well until I will say like.
Most of us kind of changed sizes a little bit over time so you know her early pieces and this is a very early -- piece that we're showing on camera.
It is quite small and any -- probably out of four or -- I -- to -- went so they -- incised in the traditional way.
The brewers true -- Yeah I mean in -- of -- Well I a if you government our -- and -- at Christie's is he's a perfect size for Roy he -- -- -- things tootsie.
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Armored Russell -- -- like raw iron products -- -- dill he will be ordinary community all week this week in front office is absolutely he loves us.
And the -- he looks phenomenal -- that but.
You know it's Roy was a more consistent size throughout that the new -- -- really.
An incredible collection of some very early eighty's pre 1963.
-- which is early era.
Consider if these were working close very good condition overall so these are exciting the other thing that I think obviously you would love are the -- I'm on set we have -- first -- their bronzed.
Most of a sponsor big issues right -- his cowboy boots but we have about sixty parents a cap weighted specialized that's phenomenal.
I think it was -- 99 and a half.
Let's you -- more.
A lot of them now well.
We can -- the -- Markets become one of the auction -- one of them.
So auctions next Wednesday it starts at 6 o'clock Wednesday evening we're doing a small evening session that features the -- features trigger.
Some of the highlight lots and then we'll continue on the fifteenth Thursday the next day from about ten to five.
I want to -- the public the catalog is on our website -- dot com I really encourage people to look about it.
It's a great walk down memory lane I think most people will relate to something in this collection ought to Roy Rogers directors -- -- -- -- That's in it three to 500 and I should mention that the great thing about the -- also is there's no minimums are no reserves so.
It -- sell for anything bought though.
There's no minimum price.
So this -- -- three to 500 which is you know quite reasonable.
The sale we were really conscious to make sure that everyone had a chance to get something because again again it's -- -- -- kinda sale.
So things start literally 2300 dollars and a lot to triggers at a hundred to 200000.
Price point but you know there's a wide range of estimates in the -- No long some of horses look good out there to -- and certainly -- -- if they really aren't great look.
Wall our traffic thank you very much for bringing this stuff -- shown to hotels among your really well done and I hope it combines CN it's a fun -- -- -- charming and your songs were good and I saw a good song but you very much thank you very much on chassis -- they don't come from -- -- is a big Roy Rogers Dale Evans.
Auction starts next Wednesday.
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