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Chesapeake City , Maryland
U.S. ARMY NURSE DOLLPlastic-bodied doll, 6 1/2" tall, with brown synthetic hair, dressed in a well-executed replica of a World War II-era U.S. Army nurse's uniform, complete with cap, accoutrement bag, and red cape. The doll is housed in its original shipping carton, addressed to "The Merry McIntires" of Jefferson, Illinois, from Capt. J. McIntire, U.S. Army Medical Corps. Our research shows that McIntire was herself a nurse. The box bears several ink inscriptions, including: "Do Not Open Until Christmas Day!" and "There Are Always Surprises At Christmas!" The postmark gives a date of Nov. 15, 1944, squarely during wartime. Both pieces in very good condition.

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Alexander Historical Auctions
U.S. ARMY NURSE DOLLPlastic-bodied doll, 6 1/2" tall, with brown synthetic hair, dressed in a well-executed replica of a World War II-era U.S. Army nurse's uniform, complete with cap, accoutrement bag, and red cape. The doll is housed in its original shipping carton, addressed to "The Merry McIntires" of Jefferson, Illinois, from Capt. J. McIntire, U.S. Army Medical Corps. Our research shows that McIntire was herself a nurse. The box bears several ink inscriptions, including: "Do Not Open Until Christmas Day!" and "There Are Always Surprises At Christmas!" The postmark gives a date of Nov. 15, 1944, squarely during wartime. Both pieces in very good condition.

Historical Militaria Auction Winter 2017

Sale Date(s)
Lots: 1-697
Lots: 698-1355
Venue Address
98 Bohemia Ave Ste 2
Chesapeake City
Maryland
21915
United States

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Shipment will be via USPS Priority Mail, Fedex Ground or DHL after receipt of payment. Due to the large volume to be shipped please allow up to 14 - 21 days after payment for your shipment. All packages require a signature upon delivery. We are happy to assist you to make arrangements for extra-large or heavy items which we cannot ship directly. Please notify us immediately after the auction if you would like to ship via FedEx on your own account, we will add an appropriate handling charge to the invoice. Multiple lots may be combined into one package at our discretion. Shipping to foreign countries is very expensive and will be invoiced according to dimensional weight as required! Please inquire before bidding!

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1. This is a live, two-day auction to be held on Saturday and Sunday, February 18 + 19, 2017 beginning at 10:00 AM EST. This auction is conducted under the laws of the State of Maryland.

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15. All autograph material in this sale is guaranteed genuine for the life of the original purchaser (unless otherwise stated or if contrary to other provisions of these terms). Any autograph item sold which is determined to be not authentic by two independent authenticators acceptable to both parties to the sale may be returned by the original buyer at any time for a refund of the purchase price (only). Non-autograph items are guaranteed genuine for a period of twenty-one (21) days of receipt if determined to be not authentic by two independent authenticators acceptable to both parties to the sale.

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17. Any lot containing 5 or more items is not subject to return for any reason.

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