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    An Actor Collection of Signed Black and White Photographs, Circa 1940s. Approximately 35, all original prints with either a glossy or matte finish, mostly headshots, all signed in various colors of fountain pen ink by actors including (in alphabetical order): Frank Albertson, Henry Armetta, Alan Baldwin, George Barbier, Joseph Calleia, Leo Carrrillo, Walter Catlett, Jerome Cowan, Henry Daniell, William Demarest, Buddy Ebsen, Wallace Ford, Reginald Gardiner, Paul Guilfoyle, Porter Hall, Bill Henry, Edward Everett Horton, Allen Jenkins, Frank Jenks, Fuzzy Knight, Richard Lane, Jimmy Lyndon, Barton MacLane, Douglas Montgomery, Henry O'Neill, Gordon Oliver, Lynne Overman, Franklin Pangborn, Barnett Parker, Gene Raymond, C. Aubrey Smith, John Sutton, Szoke Szakall, Max Terhune, George Tobias, and Guinn Williams. (Please note some autographs are smudged.)
    10" x 8" and 7" x 5"

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    Auction Dates
    December, 2012
    14th Friday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 1
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