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    Jerry Lewis - Two Owned And Worn Nat Wise Shirts (1965 & 1985). The first is a white cotton tuxedo dress shirt, button down collar, ruffled placket with a 13 button closure, "JL" stitched in black thread on left breast, label reads in part "Nat Wise / Jerry Lewis / June 1965". The second is a red and white striped cotton short-sleeved shirt with button down collar, "JL" stitched in white thread to left breast, label reads in part "Nat Wise / Jerry Lewis / Aug. 1985". Both shirts are in Excellent condition. White shirt is slightly yellowed commensurate with age.

    Provenance: The collection of Judy Stabile, daughter of Joe Stabile, Jerry Lewis' longtime manager and close friend.

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    Auction Dates
    March, 2019
    16th-17th Saturday-Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 0
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