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    A Vilma Banky Signed Sepia Photograph, Circa 1925. An original print with a glossy finish, depicting the actress in an outdoor setting, signed in black fountain pen ink on the lower portion "To Beltran Masse [sic] / Vilma Banky," back has affixed typed snipe reading in part "...charming Hungarian actress recently discovered by Samuel / Goldwyn...(for) the / leading role of The Dark Angel;" gifted by the actress (and Valentino's two-time co-star) to Federico Beltran Masses, the noted Spanish painter who had many Hollywood connections in the 1920s; consigned directly to Heritage Auctions by Beltran Masses' family. (Please note margins are trimmed and there are many surface creases evident.)
    8" x 7"

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    December, 2014
    6th Saturday
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