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    Tina Louise "Ginger" dress from Gilligan's Island from the collection of Tina Louise. (CBS TV, 1964-1967) Vintage original Nolan Miller brand floor length sleeveless creamsicle orange silk crepe sheath gown with front and back V-neckline, hidden hook and eye bra strap strips, moderate slit along right leg, embellished all over with twisty patterns and dangling loops of colorless bugle beads, upper with aurora borealis teardrop crystals. Interior lined with vivid orange silk, with 2-bust stays and horizontal length of peach grosgrain ribbon with hook and eye closure at waist. With zipper back closure, and retaining internal Nolan Miller bias label. Exhibiting production wear and age, some soiling at hem, some missing beadwork, and fading from previous display. Overall in vintage very good condition. Provenance: From the collection of Tina Louise, Sotheby's, New York, December 16 & 18, 1995, Lot 62.

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    November, 2020
    12th Thursday
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