Discover a new way to find and share stories you'll love… Learn about Reading Desk

Post Profile



A British Auction Website Has Put A Vial Of Reagan's Blood Up For Sale

It’s the stuff presidents are made of. A British auction website has put up for sale a vial which it says was used to hold a sample of President Ronald Reagan’s blood, drawn after Reagan was shot by John Hinckley Jr. on March 30, 1981. The 5-inch glass vial has a green stopper, and “dried blood residue” is visible inside, according to the listing on pfcauctions.com. From the listing: A 3½” x 1” white label has been affixed to the vial.
read more

share
See more about: Ronald Reagan

Auction of vial supposedly holding Ronald Reagan's blood called off

News : Field Notes (2 years ago)

An auction house in the Channel Islands has canceled the auction of a vial containing dried blood residue said to be from former U.S. President Ronald Reagan. Read Post

Ronald Reagan 'Blood Vial' Auction

News : The Coming Crisis (3 years ago)

The charitable foundation of late US president Ronald Reagan has condemned a British auction house for selling a vial that purportedly contains his blood. Bids above £6,000 have been made for the specimen vial and supporting documen... Read Post

Auction Of Reagan's Blood Draws Condemnation

News : The Two-Way (3 years ago)

An online auction of a vial said to contain blood drawn from the president the day he was shot in 1981 is "a craven act and we will use every legal means to stop its sale or purchase," says a spokesman for the Ronald Reagan Presiden... Read Post


Copyright © 2011 Regator, LLC