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    Lighter Given to Peter Fonda While Writing "Easy Rider." A 1.25" x 2.25" brass cigarette lighter with the initials "P.F." engraved on one side of the hood, with "Thank You Peter Canadian Motion Picture Industry Sept. 27 1967 Toronto" engraved on the other. A month before the actor received this lighter, American-International Pictures released The Trip, (as in "acid trip"), starring Peter and directed by Roger Corman, and with several connections to Easy Rider -- including a script by Jack Nicholson and the presence of Dennis Hopper in the cast. Fonda received this lighter at a time he was conceiving Easy Rider. It displays a few tiny scratches, otherwise it is in Very Fine condition.

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    October, 2007
    6th-7th Saturday-Sunday
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