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    Joseph Jasgur's personal camera used to shoot Marilyn Monroe. (ca. 1946) An R.B. Super D Graflex, 4X5 View Camera. Jasgur is credited as one of the very first professional photographers to shoot Norma Jean Dougherty, later known as Marilyn Monroe. Accompanied by a 4X5 Graflex 120 roll film back and one Kodak Ektar 190mm lens field lens. Accompanied by a Jasgur self-portrait showing the photographer with this camera and numerous photos of celebrities including Marilyn Monroe. Lightly scuffed in extremities. Appears to be in working order. Mechanics untested. From the estate of Joseph Jasgur.

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    October, 2014
    17th Friday
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