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    Edith Head Artwork (2) for The Sting (1973). Two pieces of artwork for The Sting from Edith Head. She won eight Academy Awards in her career, and this would be her last award for a film. Includes: 1) Artwork with "1817 / 606" written towards the bottom right corner. Has fabric samples attached in the upper right portion, as well as a torn off piece of paper stapled in the upper left corner. Measures 13" x 20.5". In Very Good condition with a noticeable fold mark towards the center; 2) Artwork featuring Head's signature in the lower right corner in pencil. Measures 13.5" x 19.5" on its own, but attached to a pink backing board that measures 18" x 24.3". In Very Good Plus condition. COA from Heritage Auctions.

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    November, 2019
    16th-17th Saturday-Sunday
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