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    Jeannette MacDonald "Marsha Mornay" pale yellow period gown designed by Adrian from Maytime. (MGM, 1937) Pale yellow satin two-piece gown. V-neck, three-quarter length puffed soft bell sleeves, crisscross front accent with delicate floral beige lace trim on collar and cuffs. Hook & eye back closure. No label. Exhibits a few minor pulls overall. Full length skirt with flat front and layered back with train. Hook & eye with snap back closure. Internal bias label handwritten "JANETTE McDONALD" with studio cleaning tag. Exhibits a few brown stains overall with minor pulls. Hem mostly detached along seam. Soiled along bottom. Designed by Adrian. Worn by Jeannette MacDonald as "Maria Mornay" when she is on the Lucia Di Lammermoor tour in Maytime.

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    Auction Dates
    May, 2014
    17th Saturday
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