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    Roy Rogers, Dale Evans, and Clayton Moore Signed Lobby Cards. Includes an 11" x 14" color lobby card for The Lone Ranger (1956), inscribed, dated August 5, 1988, and signed by Moore in black felt tip; and an 11" x 14" b&w lobby card for My Pal Trigger (1946) inscribed and signed by Rogers and Evans in black felt tip. The Moore lobby card is in Very Fine condition with mild creasing, some scuffs, and mild to moderate tanning, and the Rogers and Evans card is in Fine condition with mild toning and soiling, and some edge wear, creasing, and wrinkling. Damage does not affect the signatures. Accompanied by James Spence Authentication auction LOA.

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    Auction Dates
    July, 2010
    17th Saturday
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