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    An Elizabeth Taylor Handwritten Note and Signed Black and White Photograph, 1952. Penned in red ink on a small notecard by the then 19 year-old, reading in full "Thank you for your / Christmas remembrance / and my sincere best / wishes for the / coming year / Elizabeth Taylor;" included with its original transmittal envelope also penned in Taylor's hand to a "Loretta Ann Williams," postmarked stamped "27 / Los Angeles / Jan 18 / 9 PM / 1952;" further included with a small headshot of the star, an original print with a matte finish, signed in blue foutain pen ink in the lower right corner "To Loretta / best wishes / Elizabeth / Taylor." (Please note there are glue stains on the verso of the letter and envelope where they were mounted to a scrapbook page and the ink on the photograph is extremely faded though still legible.)
    Note: 3" x 4"; Photograph: 5" x 3 1/2"

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    August, 2014
    23rd Saturday
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