A shofar, a traditional Jewish ritual musical instrument, carved from a single ram's horn. The shofar has an associated wooden, box-shaped stand with a plastic mount that has been padded and wrapped with black tape.
A poster created by Amnesty International opposing the use of electric stun-belts in American prisons. A photo of Muhammad Ali appears with the statement "25 Times in His Career Muhammad Ali Fought For A Belt. Now He's Fighting Against One".
A dark brown leather Everlast portfolio with tan cloth pockets. Gold embossing near the center top reads: [CHRIS DUNDEE] on front side of the portfolio. The top has a zipper to close bag. Gold embossed logo near the handles reads: [EVERLAST / Choice of Champions], on either side.
This desktop nameplate is made from black laquered wood with mother of pearl insets. Text in mother of pearl runs across the center of the nameplate that reads "Benjamin S. Carson, Sr., M.D.". The text is bordered by a decorative floral vine in mother of pearl, with two (2) dragons inside the border on the left and right sides of the text.
This trephine was used by Dr. Ben Carson. It is two (2) inches in diameter with a black metal base with a silver rim, and a silver metal shaft. The bottom edge of the base is serrated. A metal drill bit protrudes from the center bottom of the base and is adjusted with a tension screw on the side of the shaft. The text "CODMAN REPAIR 3Q91" is printed on the side of the shaft. A trephine is a surgical saw used to cut a hole in a patient’s skull.