This detail of an 1878 tintype photo reportedly shows the notorious 19th century outlaw Billy the Kid, left, playing croquet with members of his “Regulators” gang in New Mexico Territory. Billy the Kid was born Henry McCarty in New York City. He was also known as William H. Bonney. This photo, which its handlers have estimated to have a value of $5 million, will be exhibited at the Witherell’s Old West Show May 6-7 in Grass Valley.
This detail of an 1878 tintype photo reportedly shows the notorious 19th century outlaw Billy the Kid, left, playing croquet with members of his “Regulators” gang in New Mexico Territory. Billy the Kid was born Henry McCarty in New York City. He was also known as William H. Bonney. This photo, which its handlers have estimated to have a value of $5 million, will be exhibited at the Witherell’s Old West Show May 6-7 in Grass Valley. Kagin’s
This detail of an 1878 tintype photo reportedly shows the notorious 19th century outlaw Billy the Kid, left, playing croquet with members of his “Regulators” gang in New Mexico Territory. Billy the Kid was born Henry McCarty in New York City. He was also known as William H. Bonney. This photo, which its handlers have estimated to have a value of $5 million, will be exhibited at the Witherell’s Old West Show May 6-7 in Grass Valley. Kagin’s

Grass Valley show includes photo reportedly of outlaw Billy the Kid

May 05, 2016 04:14 PM

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