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    Charlie Chaplin Signed 1923 Contract. A four-page agreement dated January 8, 1923, between Charlie Chaplin and Associated First National Pictures, detailing the payment and performance details for Pay Day and The Pilgrim, signed on the third page by Chaplin in black fountain ink. The two films were Chaplin's last before his historic co-creation of United Artists Studios, making this the last contract he would sign with anyone outside his own company. All of the executive signatures are notarized but Chaplin's is not, indicating this was his personal copy. In Fine condition with mild to moderate tanning, heavy fold creases, staple holes to the top corner, and mild overall wear and tear. Accompanied by certificates of authenticity.Accompanied by LOA from PSA/DNA.

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    April, 2007
    14th-15th Saturday-Sunday
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