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Antique travel trunk belonged to the Marquis De

Currency:USD Category:Western Americana Start Price:375.00 USD Estimated At:0.00 - 0.00 USD
Antique travel trunk belonged to the Marquis De
HELD AT THE DEADWOOD MOUNTAIN GRAND CASINO, HOTEL, EVENT CENTER
1906 DEADWOOD MOUNTAIN GRAND
DEADWOOD, SD. 57732
Mores. A French noble man who founded Medora ND in 1883 arriving the same year as Teddy Roosevelt. His holding included Ranching, State of the art meat packing plant and refrigerated railroad car business all forming a huge beef enterprise as well as owning the Medora to Deadwood Stagecoach line. After business failures in Medora in 1886 the De Mores family returned to France leaving much of their properties to the State of ND. The Marques later murdered in 1896. Trunk is on wood construction covered in red burlap with original heavy leather straps and buckles, left end stenciled Mores 4, top stenciled Glass in black letters. Included is letter stating trunk was purchased from antique collector and dealer Dewey Indgard from Bellefield ND., 10" X 13" X 27". Est. 750-1500