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    Claude Rains Vintage Large Format Photo Portraits. This set of five 11" x 14" b&w photo portraits of the venerable actor includes images of Rains in Lady with Red Hair (1940), Mr. Skeffington (two photos, one featuring Rains with co-star Bette Davis, 1944), The Man Who Watched Trains Go By (featuring Rains making script notations, 1952), and This Earth is Mine (1959). In overall Fine to Very Fine condition with heavy wear, chipping, tearing, and creasing to the corners. From the Claude Rains Estate Archive.

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    April, 2010
    9th-11th Friday-Sunday
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