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    A Farrah Fawcett Unique Script Holder, 1970s. Made of wood, two pull-out drawers on either side to hold cups and small items, etc., two metal bands on top to secure script in place, side painted with designs next to the monogram "F.F.-M.," instructions for this "Direc-Tray" glued to bottom along with the notation that this piece was made by "Al Shelton - Western Artist," the same person who made Farrah's leather director's chair [Lot 46036]; included with a 'Letter of Provenance' signed by Gregory S. Walls, Farrah Fawcett's nephew and consignor of The Personal Property of Farrah Fawcett.
    10" x 14" x 2"


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    Auction Dates
    December, 2013
    12th Thursday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 3
    Lot Tracking Activity: N/A
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