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    Monty Python's Life of Brian Cast Group of Seven Signatures. A group of seven different index cards each signed by cast members of the religious satire, matted together. Four of them (Graham Chapman, Eric Idle, Michael Palin, and Terry Jones) have inscriptions as well. Chapman, Idle, and Palin's inscriptions are to a Tony while Jones' is to a Richard. Carol Cleveland, Terry Gilliam, and John Cleese's signatures do not have inscriptions. Matted to an overall 15" x 32". Comes a miniature theatrical poster for display purposes only. Overall in Near Mint Minus condition with some creasing on the bottom left portion of the matte. From the Reggie Del Ray Collection. COA from Heritage Auctions.

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    April, 2020
    4th-5th Saturday-Sunday
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