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    Leonardo DiCaprio "Jack Dawson" studio-sanctioned recreation dinner tuxedo from Titanic. (TCF, 1997) Precise recreation tuxedo including (1) black wool cut-away coat and tails with silk upper notched lapel, double-breasted mock front closure with decorative buttons at front, sleeves and about back vents. Lined in black satin, (1) matching pants with satin ribbon on outer legs, white pleated bib button front, and French cuffs, ivory textured waffle vest with shawl collar and button front (missing top button), matching ivory waffle weave bow tie and (2) simple silver metal and black cuff links. The original tuxedo was worn by "Jack" (DiCaprio) when he finds himself cast into the world of the upper class passengers. The tuxedo was created by J. Peterman Co. using the original as prototype. This resulting example remains in never worn, very fine condition.

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    June, 2017
    26th Monday
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