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    Peter Lawford Passport. He was known as "the man who kept the secrets," be they for the "Rat Pack," Marilyn Monroe or the Kennedy family. Here is Lawford's British passport, covering the late 1940s and very early 1950s. The cover bears his printed name and is stamped Los Angeles, June 10, 1947. The interior provides his vital statistics (including the fact that he had a "V-shaped scar on right upper arm" ) and contains his photograph and signature. The passport features the stamps of the British Consulate of Los Angeles, as well the stamps of New York, London, France, Southampton, South Wales, Honolulu and Mexico. Back inside page has "Cancelled" stamped on it. The handsome leather passport book measures approximately 4" x 6", has an impressive British insignia on the cover. Excellent condition. This is a handsome memento of a very intriguing and colorful man and actor. With COA from PSA/DNA.

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    April, 2006
    14th-15th Friday-Saturday
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