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    A Glenn Ford Sportcoat from Various Films, 1960s. Likely worn in the 1964 Warner Bros. comedy "Dear Heart" as well as the 1965 Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer drama, "The Money Trap;" made of brown and black houndstooth wool, single breasted, three button front closure, three large frontal pockets, designer label reads "Albert Mariani," inside breast pocket label reads "Albert Mariani Inc. / 333 No. Rodeo Dr. / Beverly HIlls / Mr. Glenn Ford / Date 8-1-61 / No. 4741;" appearing to be the one worn by the actor in these films, though definitely worn by Ford in his private life as well. (Please note there are a few moths holes in jacket.)
    Approximately 36R

    Included with a "Letter of Provenance" signed by Peter Ford, son of Glenn Ford.

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    March, 2013
    30th Saturday
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