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    Judy Garland Signed Licensing Agreement, 1942. An eight-page licensing agreement, dated February 13, 1942, signed by then 21-year-old Judy Garland in black ink. The agreement gave Western Publishing Company "exclusive right, license, and permission to manufacture, publish, sell, advertise, and distribute" items that included the Judy Garland cut-out paper doll and paint books, among other items. Garland signed the agreement on the last page; her signature is large and legible. In Very Good condition with mild yellowing and very minor corner wear. A significant piece of Judy memorabilia, signed a mere three years after The Wizard of Oz. Accompanied by a COA from PSA/DNA.

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    October, 2008
    4th-6th Saturday-Monday
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