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    Moe Howard's Personally Owned Poster For The Three Stooges' Performance at the Blackpool Palace (1939). Personally owned by Moe Howard, this poster advertising The Three Stooges' famous performance at the Blackpool Palace in England on June 19, 1939, with the misspelling of Curly's name as "Curley." This is a large, colorful poster that measures 24.75" x 39.75". Printed by Ayre & Senior Printers, Blackpool. Minute chipping to edges, moreso at top, and small holes and separation along fold lines at top. Faint shadowing of orange letters. Overall Very Good condition, with still vibrant colors. COA from Heritage Auctions. From the Moe Howard Estate.

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