LONE RANGER GEAR SOLD AT AUCTION

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The above photo from A & S Auction Company of Waco, Texas shows the
outfit Lone Ranger actor Clayton Moore wore when he made appearances
as the character after retiring from television. The outfit was today sold by
the Texas auction house for $195,000.  

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Jack Clayton Moore (September 14, 1914 – December 28, 1999)

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posted by Bob Karm in Auction,Collectibles,Costumes,CURRENT EVENTS,HISTORY,Memorabillia,New release,TV and have Comment (1)

One Response to “LONE RANGER GEAR SOLD AT AUCTION”

  1. J. Cool, staff reporter says:

    Cool here but I’m not as we quickly approach 90+ degrees here in the Rose City. The boss says we have to keep working so the faithful and trusted employee that I am, you’ll find me right here at my desk of which this story just came across from the “suspected but not yet proven department” here at PDX Retro! It seems as the rumor goes, Tonto, the Lone Ranger’s faithful and trusted Indian companion ever since the day he found him all shot up in that cave and nursed him back to health so he could entertain us kids every Saturday, actually wanted to bid on those things for his own memorabilia collection. Unfortunately Tonto did not receive the “smoke signal” telling him of the auction in time. In fact the “smoke signal” actually ran afoul with some SoCal smog and what Tonto ended up with was the weekly produce ad from Ralph’s Super Market where the big special of the week was “Yellow Corn 12 Ears For A Buck” and they weren’t just blowin’ smoke either! Well Tonto thought that was a lot of corn for a buck but didn’t really need any because he grew his own and hopefully you won’t think this story is too corny but hot days like this tend to produce less news so we have to keep our eyes and ears open for fillers like this! Next time instead of waiting for the smoke signal Tonto, you should just go to town and get the information like you did every week for the Lone Ranger! Hi O Silver and (I’m) away!

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