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    A Group of Tickets / Ticket Stubs Related to "Gone With The Wind," 1939-1940. All noting the film's title on the tickets, including: 1) two orangish-colored stubs from the premiere at Loew's Grand Theatre in Atlanta, Georgia for "December 16, 1939;" 2) five yellow unseparated ones from the Saenger Theatre in Mobile, Alabama for the "Colored Balcony;" 3) one orange one from the Rialto Theatre, Missouri Valley, Iowa, for "May 1, 1940;" 4) one yellow one and one gray one from the same theatre for "May 2, 1940;" 5) one mint green one from the Palace Theatre in Lansford, Pennsylvania for "March 11, 1940;" and 6) one purple one from the same theatre for "March 15, 1940;" also included are eight commemorative "Wooden Nickels" (flat bills printed on faux wood) with images of the characters next to text reading in part "Souvenir / World's Premiere Atlanta / Gone With The Wind / Dec. 14-16, 1939;" together with a minuscule sticker in the form of a book printed with "Gone With The Wind."
    7 1/2" x 3 1/2" and smaller

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    Auction Dates
    April, 2015
    18th-19th Saturday-Sunday
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