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    Screen-used hero chess pieces from The Shawshank Redemption. Screen-used hero chess pieces from The Shawshank Redemption. (Castle Rock, 1994) A set of screen-used hero chess pieces carved out of alabaster and soapstone by the lead character in the movie, "Andy Dufresne", played by Tim Robbins. These are not store-bought chess pieces, but were individually hand-carved for the film by a local stone artisan in Mansfield, Ohio. It is therefore a one-of-a-kind set. Pieces range in size from 1.5 to 4 in. tall. In very good condition. Special shipping arrangements will apply. From the collection of director Frank Darabont and comes with a signed LOA.

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    July, 2013
    28th Sunday
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    The movie quite literally changed my life. I have included a pic of me in Sly's Rocky 3 Cashmere overcoat, would much appreciate if it is possible for you to forward this email to Sly to let him know the overcoat is in good hands, and will be well taken care of, (as will be the Rambo knife forging tools, the other lot I won!) Wish you very happy holidays and a great 2016!
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