Well, I know if I had one, I'd sell it on eBay. She'll get a ton of money. Would I buy it? Nah. <br><br>Pretty much after most wars people wind up with souvenirs from the defeated enemy. There's still a lot of Nazi stuff floating around out there. <br><br>
Personally I does not bother me one way or the other who owns the chair.<br>I don't think it is distasteful. But it's not my cup of tea.<br>I would think that who ever buys this chair would want documentation authenticating that it really did belong to Saddam Hussein.<br><br>
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