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Oswald’s tie worn when he was picked up for brawling with anti-Castro Cubans in New Orleans
Oswald’s personally-owned and -worn necktie. Beige necktie bears a small embroidered crest with no maker’s labels. Accompanied by a letter of authenticity from his brother Robert, which reads, in part: “Sometime in the mid 1970s, Mother sent me a tie which she told me belonged to my brother Lee. She also told me this was one of the ties Lee wore in New Orleans…New Orleans television station WDSU filmed my brother Lee at the New Orleans police station on August 9, 1963 after his arrest for brawling with the anti-Castro Cuban exiles, The ‘Lee Harvey Oswald in New Orleans’ video on YouTube…shows my brother Lee and the Cuban exiles in the…police station on August 9, 1963. Lee can be clearly seen wearing the necktie.” In fine condition. RR Auction COA.