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    A Mae West Group of Shoes, 1950s-1970s. Including a 1950s-era left only high heel, tan leather, open-toed, ankle strap, label reads in part "Creations / of / Franco Puccetti," not sized but it fits like a modern-day 4 1/2 Narrow; a pair of 1970s-era black patent leather sandals, white detailing, ankle strap, block heels, not sized but they fit like a modern-day 6 Wide; and a pair of pink satin ballet pointe shoes, sole reads "Leo / Trademark / 4 1/2B;" included with two receipts from Franco Puccetti, both from May 1963, both listing a number of shoes the star bought from the cobbler who had a shop on Pico Boulevard in Los Angeles; included with a signed 'Letter of Provenance' from John West, Mae's nephew. (Please note the single shoe and the ballet shoes show signs of age and wear.)

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    June, 2016
    24th-25th Friday-Saturday
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