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    A Judy Garland Collection of Black and White Photographs, Circa 1940s. Six total, all original prints with a matte finish (except one with a glossy finish), all double-weight (except the glossy one), four depicting the then young star in great publicity head-shots looking gorgeous; one depicting Garland with co-star Robert Walker from the 1945 Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer film, "The Clock;" one larger 13" x 10" one depicting the star in a headshot, verso stamped in purple ink "Please Credit / M-G-M Photo / By / Willinger." (Please note the 13" x 10" photograph has serious staining around the left and bottom margins and the lower surface but Judy's face is not affected.)
    10" x 8" and 13" x 10"

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    Auction Dates
    August, 2014
    23rd Saturday
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