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    Coco Chanel vintage original signed photographic portrait inscribed to Broadway producer Frederick Brisson. (ca. 1960s) Vintage gelatin silver 8 x 10 in. single-weight glossy photograph of the designer and fashion icon. Signed in the lower right corner of image "Pour Freddie, Vous toute moi amaitees Coco". Includes (6) additional gelatin silver double-weight photographs ranging in size from 9.5 x 6.5 in. to 11 x 14 in. of Chanel doing a fitting, in Paris, with other notables such as writer Alan Jay Lerner, composer Andre Previn, and producer Frederic Brisson who collaborated on the Broadway musical Coco starring Katherine Hepburn. Exhibiting marginal tears, corner bumping, foxing to blank borders. Autograph portrait remains in very good to fine conditions. Others in generally very good condition. Signed portraits of Coco Chanel are excessively rare and this is the first example we've ever handled.

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    Auction Dates
    June, 2016
    29th Wednesday
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