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    Bob Hope CENSORED Club Framed Portrait Signed By Artist Nicholas Volpe. A 16" x 20" (sight) portrait of actor, comedian, golfer, and Hollywood icon Bob Hope rendered in pastels by Nicholas Volpe, from the walls of the Beverly Hills CENSORED Club. Signed by the artist in the bottom-right corner. The portrait is gorgeously matted and framed to an overall 26" x 31.5", with a small placard at the bottom center of the matte listing some of Hope's most notable screen work, including The Road to Hong Kong and several others. Very Fine condition, with only minor wear to the frame. COA from Heritage Auctions. From the Beverly Hills CENSORED Club Celebrity Roast Archive.

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    March, 2019
    16th-17th Saturday-Sunday
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