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DescriptionMarilyn Monroe Black and White Photographs (3) – Joe DiMaggio, Clark Gable, and Seven Year Itch Subway Grate Photo.
Includes: 1) An 8" x 10" United Artists publicity still from The Misfits with Culver Picture property stamps and stickers on the verso. In Good condition with some wear along the edges, pin holes at corners, creasing, toning, corner and edge bumping, and slightly wrinkled; 2) Marilyn Monroe and Joe DiMaggio relaxing. Measures 8.5" x 6.5". Has an Associated Press stamp on the verso and the picture and caption from a newspaper mounted on the verso. Loosely attached to a mat and a missing corner, very good condition; 3) Marilyn Monroe subway grate publicity shot signed by photographer George Barris. Measures 10.75" x 14". Numbered 44/50 on the verso. In Very Good condition, with scratches and fading.
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