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AMHERST, N.H.— A comprehensive archive of memorabilia relating to diplomat, Ellsworth Bunker, sold last night for $86,581, according to Amherst, NH-based auction house RR Auction.

Ellsworth Bunker (1894-1984), who served the US in various capacities under seven presidents, most often remembered as having been a “hawk” in wartime Saigon, Ambassador Ellsworth Bunker made major
Murderous Chicago crime-boss and legendary Gangster Alphonse “Al” Capone is well known for controlling a large part of Chicago’s underworld during the Prohibition era, and his image reached celebrity status in the Windy City and beyond.  Less well known, of course, is the fact that Capone had a softer side: he was a jazz and opera aficionado, going so far as to form a band while imprisoned at
Frederic Chopin, a Polish composer (1810-1849) considered one of the great masters of Romantic music. His piano works are often technically demanding, with an emphasis on nuance and expressive depth.

A rare one-page document signed by Chopin is currently up at auction, from New Hampshire based RR Auction in June.
A receipt, dated March 1840, for the sale of the copyrights
AMHERST, NH—As we near the 100th Anniversary of the RMS Titanic’s ill-fated maiden voyage, RR Auction is proud to offer the public the opportunity to bid on a vast array of recovered relics and signed memorabilia relating to one of the grandest—and most infamous—vessels to ever succumb to the sea.  These surviving items convey the astonishing legacy of not only the ship that epitomized the very
AMHERST, NH -- RR Auction is proud to announce their first Civil War auction in March. This compelling array of more than 450 items that offer an intensely comprehensive look into some of the key figures in our country’s most bloody conflict; letters, photos, and exemplary artifacts meld together to tell the harrowing story of our nation’s most defining war. Esteemed notables such as Abraham