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    Posted 11 years ago

    texcollect…
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    I'd like some help as to the value of this piece. It is a United States Sentae Pass for admittance to the Vice Presidents row. It is signed by at the time, Vice President Lyndon B Johnson. The card is dated 1963, which you will remember is the year he became president after Kennedy's assasination. NickRusso1985@yahoo.com is the best way to contact me or at 817-503-5702

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    1. tikiray tikiray, 11 years ago
      Very neat piece of history. My grandmother used to play golf with LBJ.
    2. E. Swenson, 11 years ago
      A similar Senate pass, signed by Johnson admitting a "John McCasland" to the Gallery on Aug 26, 1959 (the item was double matted with a color 5"x3½" portrait of Johnson in conversation with unnamed gentleman) sold for $300 on April 28, 2007 (Signature House Auctions; Upland, CA). The item had a pre-auction estimate of $300-$500.

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