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    Marilyn Monroe inscribed personal baby photograph, "Me, when I was very small". (1926) Vintage original gelatin silver 4.5 x 2.75 in. photograph of infant Norma Jeane swaddled in a blanket. Inscribed by Norma Jeane in pencil on the verso, "Me, when I was very small". Exhibiting light creasing to blank corners and edges, a small tear in the lower right border, and a faint crease in lower third of the image. In good condition. Provenance: Christie's LA, Collection of Marilyn Monroe Memorabilia Sold to Benefit Hollygrove Children's Home, 12 September 2001, Lot 67.

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    December, 2018
    11th Tuesday
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