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    Elizabeth Taylor "Cleopatra" "How are the winds for Egypt" crown from the "Battle of Actium" in Cleopatra with a Taylor display bust. (TCF, 1963) Vintage original slate blue brushed felt blocked hat in the "double crown" style signifying rulership of upper and lower Egypt. The distinctive crown measures 15 in. tall x 10 in. wide. Replica cast resin, gold painted cobra insignia affixed to the front of the bucket brim for display. Lined in black felt with foam interior headband for comfort of wearer. Visible during the "Battle of Actium" scene when Cleopatra is mistakenly informed that "Mark Antony" (Richard Burton) was killed in battle. An Academy Award winning design by Irene Sharaff. Accompanied by a mannequin display head created from an Elizabeth Taylor facial life casting. Entire display measures approx. 15 x 10 x 12 in. In vintage fine condition.

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    December, 2019
    17th Tuesday
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