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    A Red Skelton Group of Signed Limited Edition Giclée Prints, Circa 1990s. Five total; each depicting a different image of one of Skelton's famous clowns, all have stamps on the verso indicating pieces are "Authorized reproductions by Red Skelton," all have small brass placards on the bottom of frame noting the work's title including (in alphabetical order): "Amigo", 1984, 391/2000; "Crazy Quilt Clown", 1979, 1807/2000; "Freddie's Birthday", 1984, 1598/2000; "Freddie's Kitty Cat", 1984, 1362/2000; and "I Love You", 1989, 4388/5000; all display the actor's facsimile signature plus his real signature penned in black felt-tip ink mostly on the right side margins.
    Matted and Framed: 23" x 18"; Prints Only: 17" x 13"

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    December, 2012
    14th Friday
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