Second Class Saloon

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Second Class Saloon In 1882, Wyatt Earp left Tombstone, Arizona to move west and operate several saloons.  Among the towns in which he set up these saloons were San Diego in California, Tonopah in Nevada and Nome in Alaska.  The Second Class Saloon was the name of his establishment in Nome.  Built in the common boomtown style of row buildings, this saloon is unique for its unusual false front and the colorful signage.  Our kit represents the building as it might have looked as a freestanding building. Included with the kit is window material,   printed signage and window interiors.  The kit fits in a 3.5″ x 4.75″ footprint and is easy to assemble. — Product No. 5900 — Quantity:1 Kit — Exterior Measurement: NA — Fits Within: NA — Additional Notes: Products may contain small parts and should be kept safely away from small children. Minimum recommended age for customers is fourteen years old. Colorado customers will pay Colorado tax sales tax.
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