Vintage Forensic Evidence Displays from Murder Case in the 1950s
I'm on the moon again... Here we have two forensic evidence display pieces from a murder case in the 1950's. The macabre and industrial tone is phenomenal. Between the black and white close ups to the guiding red lines of the firing pin, the images and mystery behind them will stop people in their tracks. I know...they stopped me in mine.
The firing pin photos show a Remington Express 12 gauge shotgun shell, and a Peters High Velocity shotgun shell. They both were manufactured between 1945 and 1960.
The typed display tags read as follows:
1) FIRING PIN IMPRESSION
LEFT - FIRING PIN IMPRESSION OF CARTRIDGE FOUND AT SCENE OF SHOOTING.
RIGHT - FIRING PIN IMPRESSION OF CARTRIDGE FIRED FROM SUSPECT'S GUN.
2) TOOL MARK
LEFT - PHOTOMICROGRAPH OF TOOL MARK FROM DOOR LOCK SHOWING DEGREE OF MAGNIFICATION IN HUNDREDTHS OF AN INCH.
RIGHT - PHOTOMICROGRAPH OF TEST MARK FROM CAULKING CHISEL FOUND IN SUSPECT'S POSSESSION COMPARED WITH TOOL MARK FROM DOOR LOCK.
So basically, the suspect in this case used a caulking chisel to break into a home. They then shot and killed someone with a shotgun, and then fled the scene. And based on the display, the authorities got their man (or woman). They fought the law, and the law won.
Each ballistic display is housed in a wood frame. Each framed piece measures 26" x 16". Each exposed photo measures 9.5" x 8". Please see all pics as they are part of the description.
I ship to the continental USA only. Free shipping on the two displays.
The rare forensics display will look good anywhere: your art gallery, your man cave, your loft....you name it. This one gets the blood pumping.