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Offered is a lot of four unique items from the Presidency of George W. Bush, from the collection of former Presidential Valet Samuel Sutton. Sutton was the personal valet to Presidents Bill Clinton, George W. Bush and Barack Obama. The first item in this lot is a “Member Identification Card” for the International Brotherhood of Teamsters local 959 in Anchorage, Alaska issued to President George W. Bush. The 2½ x 4-inch white card with blue printing is laminated in clear plastic. The second item in this lot is a 4 x 7½-inch “The White House” white card with blue letterhead, with inscriptions from President George W. Bush in black pen, including the names “Ross Perot” and “Gen. Schwarzkopf” along with “Mother on Today Show??”, “Andy Card”, “Vice President” and two phone numbers. The third item in this lot is a White House paper cocktail napkin with the White House seal in gold on white paper on one side, and inscriptions in black marker by President George W. Bush including the name “Bin Laden”. The fourth item in this lot is a George W. Bush signature in black marker on the front cover of the November 18, 2002 issue of Newsweek magazine. Bush has signed below his photograph on the cover, under the headline “Top Gun How Bush Beat the Odds”. This lot is accompanied by two letters of provenance from Sutton.

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Minimum Bid: $300.00
Final prices include buyers premium.: $676.50
Number Bids: 8
Auction closed on Sunday, February 23, 2020.
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