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    Jean Harlow wax figure by Katherine Stubergh. This one-of-a-kind, hyper-realistic, life-size 51 x 15 x 18 in. wax figure of Jean Harlow was created by famed wax figure artiste Madame Katherine Stubergh in the 1930s. Stubergh was a celebrity in her own right, and it was considered an immense honor to be immortalized in wax by her. This seated figure of Harlow was sculpted by the artist using an actual wax impression cast directly from the actress' face, chest and torso, including her bare breasts. After having the mold removed from her face, Ms. Harlow sat live with Stubergh in her studio as she worked on the color and finish of the wax sculpture. In fine condition. Special shipping will apply.

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    Auction Dates
    December, 2012
    15th Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 1
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