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    Will Smith "Agent J" Suit and Shoes from Men in Black (Columbia Pictures, 1997). Original (2) piece custom tailored wool suit consisting of (1) jacket with 2-hip flap pockets, 1-chest slash pocket, button front closure, black satin lining retaining internal John David Ridge bias label typed, "Mr. Smith," and (1) pair matching pants with zipper front closure retaining internal bias label typed, "Smith." Pants retain paper stock tag pants handwritten, "38 MIB" and "Smith," jacket retaining studio laundering tag on interior collar. Also including (1) pair of Bostonian brand black patent leather size 13 shoes, both marked "Smith" under the tongue and (mismarked by wardrobe department on sole) "MIB 19 TLJ." In Very Good condition. COA from Heritage Auctions.

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    July, 2021
    16th-18th Friday-Sunday
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