I have inherited from my great grandfather Albert Ellinger a gun belt and holster that was owned by Elmer Keith and gifted to Albert his close friend. The belt is engraved with “E.M. Keith and after making contact with the suggested recommendations to place a value I am always told that it would be very difficult because there was nothing auctioned that had his name engraved to compare to. I have come to realize that I am the last remaining person connected to the belts history and if something should happen to me I fear that the gun belt and holster will be lost forever. I am interested in selling the belt and holster and just don’t know what to do? Any suggestions would be appreciated 👍 I was Alberts first born great grandson and was born on his birthday so we were very close.