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    Charlie Chaplin Signed Letter. Typed on personal stationery and dated November 17, 1937, the letter is addressed to Oklahoma State Representative Ewing G. Sadler and reads: "Sir: Thank you for wanting to add my autograph to your collection for the State Society" and is signed by Chaplin in black ink. The letter is in very nice condition with some mild tanning and glue stains to the reverse side, and the envelop is in nice condition with moderate mild tanning and an appreciable amount of adhesive stains on the front and back. With COA from PSA/DNA.

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    April, 2006
    14th-15th Friday-Saturday
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