Harrisburg, Pa., has cleared a legal hurdle to the auction of its Wild West artifacts, which city officials say could bring as much as $6 million to Pennsylvania’s teetering capital.

“The next step is getting Guernsey’s to Harrisburg and let them open up the artifacts and let them do what they do best,” Mayor Linda Thompson said after city controller Dan Miller signed a contract with the New York auction house.

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