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    A Rare Briefcase from the Publicity Campaign for the James Bond Film "Goldfinger." United Artists, 1964. Made of gold-colored sturdy cardboard, textured gold-plastic handle, metal flip latches, front depicts an image used in many of the film posters [Sean Connery with the model Margaret Nolan who is in a "dead" pose behind him]; used to advertise the film, these cases originally contained a letter from Eon Productions, a pressbook, a set of lobby cards, and a poster (though now, sadly, all those contents are long gone). (Please note there are numerous scratches over entire surface and slight staining and material loss on corners, but overall, case is still intact and in decent condition.)
    12 1/2" x 17 1/2" x 4"


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    Auction Dates
    April, 2018
    15th Sunday
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