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    A W.C. Fields Pair of Funnily Signed Black and White Photographs, Circa 1930s. The first an original print with a matte finish, depicting the star wearing a double-breasted jacket, signed in blue foutain pen ink cleverly on his cane handle "To Georgette Best Wishes" and on his pocket square "W.C. / Fields;" the second an original print with a glossy finish, depicting the star in unusual Western garb as he stands next to a horse, signed in black fountain pen ink on the lower left margin "To Mr. S.O. Willis / best wishes / W.C. Fields / seldom do you see / two horses rears / that resemble each / other so closely." (Please note there are pin holes in the corners of the first one and slight creases in both but neither image or inscription is affected.)
    10" x 8"


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    Auction Dates
    August, 2014
    23rd Saturday
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