William Zabka "Johnny Lawrence" (2) Piece Cobra Kai Gi fro...
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DescriptionWilliam Zabka "Johnny Lawrence" (2) Piece Cobra Kai Gi from The Karate Kid (Columbia, 1984). Vintage original (2) piece E Gi including (1) black canvas sleeveless Gi with gold piping at collar and down open front. With 2.75" round embroidered "Johnny" fist patch affixed to left chest and 6.5" x 8" "Cobra Kai" patch affixed to the central back of the garment and (1) matching pair of black canvas draw-string pants with 3-embroidered patches on the left leg including 1-Bruce Lee Core symbol, 1- Ninja patch and 1- Bushido patch and with 1-yin and yang embroidered patch on the left leg. Bot garments exhibit minor production wear, age and handling. In vintage Fine condition. Accompanied by a LOA from credited Costume Designer on the film, Richard Bruno, stating that after production he kept this Gi, worn by Zabka during the tournament sequence. Comes with a COA from Heritage Auctions.
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