‘Ark’ fur coat appraisals are just the tip of the iceberg

The fur coats of Abraham Lincoln and George Washington were auctioned off for the first time in a fur coat auction this week.

Ark Fur Coat Appraisal (above) was the first of the fur coats to be auctioned for auction.

The auction took place at the AMC Grand in Hollywood, California, and will be held from January 13-18.

The Lincoln and Washington fur coats were auction’d off in December and January.

The two coats, which were originally donated to the Smithsonian Institution in 1861, were donated to auction by the Lincoln Museum in 2009 and 2012.

The proceeds from the fur coat auctions will go toward the National Park Service’s conservation efforts.

In order to win the coats, you need to pay a fee of $100 to qualify for a stamp and $25 to win a photo of the coat.

The stamp can be obtained at the Lincoln museum in Washington, D.C., or at the auction house.

The auctions will feature a large selection of Lincoln and Roosevelt fur coats.

The Lincoln and Abraham Lincoln coats were the first to be given away at auction.

You can see more details about the fur covers and see more photos at the Fur Coat Auction webpage.