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    A Marilyn Monroe Set of Rare Black and White Publicity Photographs, 1953. Both original prints with a glossy finish, both depict the star in her room at the Beverly Carlton Hotel [still on Olympic Boulevard in Beverly Hills but now called The Avalon Hotel] doing household chores; the versos of both have the photographer's credit stamp of "Fink Smith," Photoplay Magazine stamps, Phil Burchman Agency stamps, and brief penciled annotations about the star. (Please note MM's face has been touched up in one image and there are very slight dent marks on both.)
    9 1/2" x 7 1/2"


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    Auction Dates
    March, 2013
    30th Saturday
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