Description

    A Cammie King Period Riding Habit from "Gone With The Wind." Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1939. Teal blue velvet, long sleeves, 12 button front closure, lace collar, ruffle at front waist, peplum in back, numerous hidden hook-and-eye closures, 'Selznick Int. Pictures Inc.' label reads "Bonnie / 108 W.W.-470;" included with a reproduction hat made of similar teal blue velvet and adorned with a red feather; dress worn by the young actress as "Bonnie Blue Butler" in the tragic scene where she dies after being thrown from her pony. (Please note the dress is now somewhat yellowed and threadbare with a small tear on the left sleeve).

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    CONDITION REPORT

    -lace collar yellowed

    RIGHT SLEEVE

    -overall velvet nap somewhat yellowed due to age -small "dings" in velvet where nap was dented on front and back of sleeve, if that makes sense -velvet loss at seam where sleeve was sewn to bodice (see Bonnie 1 and 3 pics) -replacement velvet under arm (likely to make sleeve bigger for another child actor's use) -square-shaped loss to velvet on back of sleeve

    LEFT SLEEVE

    -substantial 2" tear on upper sleeve (see Bonnie 2 pic) -velvet loss at seam where sleeve was sewn to bodice on both front and back

    -both cuffs on both sleeves have minor velvet loss and are somewhat tattered

    BODICE

    -substantial velvet loss to right area of last button (nearest waist) -front shoulders slightly yellowed -lining of peplum replaced later

    SKIRT PORTION

    -slight overall yellowing of velvet, especially at hem

    -two 3" tears that were repaired are evident next to loop on back bottom of dress (see Bonnie 4 pic)

    -inside attached petty coat yellowed and discolored at hem

    -small "dings" and "dents" in velvet appear throughout entire garment due to age

    -hat and gloves are later replacements and are NOT vintage to the habit



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    Auction Dates
    April, 2015
    18th-19th Saturday-Sunday
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