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"It Had to Be Done" Signed
"It Had to Be Done" Signed by Peter McDonald, one of the last living Code Talkers in the world. Signed at the National Navajo Code Talkers Museum on August 14, 2022.
Grapevine, Texas 76099
One of the most recognized Marine Corps Veterans, as well as TV icons in military history, R. Lee Ermey well knows as "Gunny", was a vibrant, unique and well-defined collector. In fact, his family says, “If he liked it he bought it.” Meaning that in his world travels, he collected many items. But always near and dear to his heart was memorabilia of the United States Marine Corps. Who knows how much?
Certainly, at each of the thousands of functions he attended he would always leave with a token of appreciation. Therefore, his collection of items from Marine Corps units around the world is significant.
Now Myers Jackson America’s Auctioneer has been authorized to sell off all approved artifacts, memorabilia, and collectibles. This includes an iconic performance motorcycle known as the Dress Blues Chopper named Gung Ho.
Additionally, this estate includes many early bronzes by Remington, as well as other statues. Moreover, a collector item for sure is a 1977 Mercedes with United States Marine Corps flag waving on the hood. Likewise, a 1985 Dodge pickup that he charged with only 41,000+ miles will be sold to the highest bidder. There will be hundreds of items in this auction. All will be published and posted at MyersJackson.bid. Everyone interested in any of this memorabilia, vehicles, or other items may register for updates, auction times and other pertinent information at MyersJackson.bid.
Myers Jackson America's Auctioneer TDLR 17057