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    A Kevin Costner Pair of Eyeglasses from "JFK." Warner Bros., 1991. Classic early 1960s-style horn-rimmed frames that are half black plastic (top part and arms) and half silver wire (bottom part); inside arms stamped "145 Clubman / Art-Craft Rochester USA 145;" lenses just clear plastic and not actual prescription; one of the pairs worn by the actor throughout the entire film as he portrayed "Jim Garrison," the real-life New Orleans District Attorney who brought businessman Clay Shaw to trial in 1969 for the conspiracy that led to JFK's assassination; also included are two sets of clip-on sunglasses (dark gray and light green), one of which was worn by Costner in the scene where he questions Kevin Bacon (as "Willie O'Keefe") in the prison yard; all are housed in a red box with a handwritten annotation in black felt-tip ink reading "Jim Garrison;" further included in the box is a plastic nametag reading "Garrison;" included with a Letter of Provenance from the prop master of the film.
    Box: 5 ½" x 13" x 2"

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    Auction Dates
    August, 2013
    10th Saturday
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