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    A Guy Pearce Suit from "Memento." Newmarket Films, 2001. A tan wool blazer, peaked lapels, three large front pockets, three button front closure, label reads "Memento / Guy Pearce / 9-2-99;" together with matching pants, flat front; a cornflower blue dress shirt, pointed collar, seven button closure, label removed; and a brown kipskin belt with a textured pattern; included with four costumer's tags with black felt-tip ink handwritten annotations reading in part "Hero / Leonard / belt for tan suit / if used for re-shoots, / spots need to be / dry-cleaned...;" worn by the star as "Leonard" throughout the whole film that was both a huge critical and cult success, earning an Oscar nomination for Christopher and John Nolan for 'Best Writing, Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen' -- though weirdly, it lost out to Julian Fellowes for "Gosford Park!" (Please note there are a few small stains throughout suit due to wear and use.)

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    November, 2017
    11th Saturday
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