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    Marilyn Monroe personal Certificate of Nomination from the Golden Globe Awards for Some Like it Hot. (TCF, 1959) Vintage original 8.5 x 11 in. Certificate of Nomination awarded by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association to Marilyn for her iconic performance as "Sugar Kane Kowalczyk", the hopelessly romantic, dipsomaniac singer, in Billy Wilder's gender bending comedy. Featuring black printed text over an illustration of the award, printed in gold, with Marilyn's name, the award category ("Best performance by an actress in a musical or comedy"), and the film's title rendered in black ink hand calligraphy. Marilyn went on to win the award at the 1960 Golden Globes Awards ceremony. Exhibiting light age toning and a paper clip impression in the upper left margin. In very good condition. Provenance: Christie's NY, Personal Property of Marilyn Monroe, 27-28 October 1999, Lot 28.

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    11th Tuesday
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