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    A Louis Armstrong Set of Signed Black and White Photographs, 1955. The first an original print with a glossy finish, depicting the musician holding his trumpet as he stands next to three others (including Bob Wilson to the right), inscribed in green fountain pen ink on the top and center "To Bob Wilson / Best of luck Louis Armstrong / Satchmo;" the second also an original print with a glossy finish, depicting a publicity image of the musician blowing his horn, inscribed in green fountain pen ink on the lower margin "To Bob Wilson / One of the finest guys / in the whole world / Louis Satchmo Armstrong / 4/23/55," "Bob Wilson" being a noted Big Band-era musician. (Please note the first photograph has heavy creasing and the second one has evident surface dents and marks.)
    10" x 8"

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    Auction Dates
    March, 2013
    30th Saturday
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