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    An Elizabeth Taylor Twice-Signed Document, 1961. An official passport application form for the then six year-old Christopher Edward Wilding [Taylor's second son with actor Michael Wilding], date stamped "Aug 16 '61," signed in blue fountain pen ink on the verso "Elizabeth Taylor Fisher" and further signed by the star on the margin of an attached black and white photograph (of the child) "Christopher Wilding / by mother / Elizabeth Taylor Fisher," instructions indicate to mail the passport to "Eddie Fisher Beverly Hills / Hotel / Beverly Hills, Calif." (Please note there is a crease mark on the photograph and the form has been folded.)
    10 1/2" x 8"

    This is not the same form that Heritage recently sold in our July 24, 2012 auction -- that one was for Michael Howard Wilding, Taylor's oldest child.

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    Auction Dates
    December, 2012
    14th Friday
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