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brick from St. Valentines Day Massacre (RARE) FULL DOCUMENTATION - $4,400 (Miami)

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Would you like to trade for myHighly sought-after brick from the St. Valentine's Day Massacre garage wall”SUPER RARE—75% are in The Mob Museum in Las Vegas and the other less than 93 in the world are held by private collectors so you won’t find a REAL one for sale anywhere(collectors want to keep them)---—since they keep going up in value…..
Original rectangular brick from the garage on 2122 N. Clark Street, in Chicago, the scene of the St. Valentine’s Day Massacre. Unique to Chicago, known as a ‘Chicago Common’ in the trade, the brick was made from local clay following the Chicago Fire. The brick measures 8.5 x 4 x 2.5, Accompanied by a note of provenance from Neal Trickel (FORENSIC EXPERT)------, which states: “This brick was removed from the north wall of the ‘St. Valentine’s Day Massacre’ garage, 2122 North Clark St., Chicago, at the time of its demolition in November 1976 [sic, 1967].” In fine condition, In overall very good condition. Among the research materials are copies of the massacre report by the Chicago police at the time of the killings; newspaper articles on massacre suspects. Also included are bullet fragment pix and a lot more documentation as you can see from the pictures. THIS IS ONE OF THE COOLEST ITEMS IN THE WORLD!!!!!

Bricks were picked up by David Christensen at the time workmen were tearing down the building at 2122 North Clark Street, the site of ‘Bugs’ Moran’s garage and booze depot at the time of the St. Valentine’s Day Massacre on February 14, 1929. The garage was soon refurbished and rented or sold to other companies, the last of which used it mainly for storage before it was razed in 1967. At that time a Canadian, George Patey, arranged with the demolition company to purchase and label the section of bricks from the building’s north wall where the shootings had taken place, and he later rebuilt it in the men’s room of his dinner club. The here-offered brick was acquired directly from Christensen by noted gangland historian Bill Helmer. An impressive assemblage of St. Valentine's Day Massacre material highlighted by this rare brick.
TRY TO FIND THESE ANYWHERE FOR SALE AND YOU WON’T. THERE ARE VERY FEW OF THESE LEFT IN THE WORLD SO GRAB IT WHILE IT IS STILL AVAILABLE. IT’S A SUPER COOL CONVERSATION PIECE AND A “GREAT” INVESTMENT!!!!!

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