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    King Kong group of (5) vintage spears. (RKO, 1933) A collection of (5) prop spears used by the natives of "Skull Island" in the original King Kong as well as other RKO productions. Includes: (1) Spear measuring approx. 40 in. long, with lathed wooden shaft painted brown with grass-wrapped grip, (1) Auburn painted 63.25 in. spear with broad serrated wooden blade, jute and grass-wrapped shaft with yellow and red accents, (1) 68.5 in. long wooden spear with long wooden blade, cord-wrapped shaft where the blade meets with black shaft and painted silver blade, (1) Brown 78.5 in. wooden spear with conical tip and (1) Painted brown 73.5 in. wooden spear with leaf-shaped metal blade sandwiched between wooden clasps and with cord-wrapped handle. A spectacular collection from the original epic Hollywood monster movie. Exhibiting some wear and age. In vintage, production-used good condition. Special shipping arrangements will apply.

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    Auction Dates
    June, 2017
    26th Monday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 1
    Lot Tracking Activity: N/A
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    Sold on Jun 26, 2017 for: Sign-in or Join (free & quick)
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