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    Johnny Depp "Edward" articulating hand from Edward Scissorhands. (TCF, 1990) Original signature Johnny Depp "Edward Scissorhands" scissor hand glove expertly constructed of 5-cast hard rubber and vinyl scissor blades of various sizes and scissor handles, with sleeves at the back end for the actor's fingers and thumbs to slip into. A back of hand, cast rubber plate is then affixed to mask the actor's fingers and the entire assemblage is completed by a black leather double-strap belt and buckle harness. All rubber elements meticulously studio-painted to simulate realistic metal and sharp scissor blades. Measuring approx. 20 x 8.5 in. this represents the key costume item from the movie that established Tim Burton as a visionary dark and whimsical storyteller and Johnny Depp as his muse. Exhibiting studio distress, production handling and wear. In production used fine condition.

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    December, 2018
    11th Tuesday
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