JFK conspiracy theorists don’t normally converge on the New York Art, Antique and Jewelry Show, but they will this weekend.
Item No. 30-4201 for sale at the show is, after all, the so-called Garrison Files — a collection of items from the only trial to examine whether a conspiracy killed President John F. Kennedy in 1963.
The Garrison Files are priced at $168,500 and feature two of the only seven known copies of the famous Zapruder film — the 8mm video that captured JFK’s assassination in Dallas.
Bill Rau of New Orleans’ MS Rau Antiques told The Post he purchased the files less than a month ago from the daughter of the lead investigator for Jim Garrison, the former hard-charging New Orleans district attorney who drew worldwide attention by asserting a conspiracy and a coverup in JFK’s assassination.