This week we have a bridge to sell you!
BROOKLYN BRIDGE. (1883- )
An AUTHENTIC chunk of wood made from the pedestrian walkway of the Brooklyn Bridge made into a paperweight. Removed in 1982 the wood may show imperfections which represents natural wear and weathering it received while in service from 1883. This highly desirable collectible was made for the Brooklyn Bridge Centennial Celebration (1883-1983). The accompanying certificate is registration #5512 and signed in print by the Chairman. The Certificate is also signed in ink by New York’s famous Mayor Ed Koch. His signature is an “in person” signature. The certificate and wood, measures appx. 1”x3”x4” is housed in its original box. In fine condition. Years ago a dealer was selling small pieces of wood, one inch square, from the bridge for $495. Our price for this large limited edition authorized collectible piece is............................SOLD