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Debbie Reynolds: The Auction

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For over 50 years screen legend Debbie Reynolds has been collecting and preserving Hollywood costumes and props from Academy Award winning films including Gone With the Wind, Ben Hur, My Fair Lady, The Sound of Music and Casablanca. This colossal collection includes garments designed by Travilla, Travis Banton and Edith Head some of the industry’s most renowned costume designers and were worn by film icons Marilyn Monroe, Judy Garland, Charlton Heston, Greta Garbo, Elizabeth Taylor, Bette Davis, Gene Kelly, Richard Burton and more.

The Debbie Reynolds Collection is deemed to be the most significant collection of Hollywood costumes and props since the liquidation of the MGM and FOX studios in the 1970’s. The entire collection contains over 3,500 costumes, 20,000 original photographs, several thousand original movie posters, original costume sketches and hundreds of key props from film history. Profiles in History plans to sell this massive collection through a series of auctions starting with this one on June 18, 2011.

There will be almost 600 of Debbie’s very best and most historic costumes and props including the most famous costume in screen history with an estimated value of 1 to 2 million dollars, Marilyn Monroe's ‘subway’ dress from The Seven-Year Itch. Other highlights include:

- Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (20th Century-Fox, 1953) Marilyn Monroe costume worn as Lorelei Lee: signature red sequin dress from “Just Two Little Girls from Little Rock” opening musical number, designed by Travilla.

- The Sound of Music (20th Century-Fox, 1965) Julie Andrews brown jumper and blouse with original guitar, from “Do-Re-Mi”.

- Charlie Chaplin “Tramp character” signature bowler top hat.

- The Wizard of Oz (MGM, 1939) Judy Garland’s “Dorothy” original blue and white gingham test dress with puff-sleeved white blouse from the first two weeks of filming, designed by Adrian, plus the matching fabled ruby slippers in the “Arabian test” pattern.

- Ben-Hur (MGM, 1959) Charlton Heston signature tunic, robe, and accessories for the grand procession into Rome.

- Mary of Scotland (RKO, 1934) Katharine Hepburn key red velvet and gold trimmed gown designed by Walter Plunkett.

- My Fair Lady (Warner Bros., 1964) Audrey Hepburn “Eliza Doolittle” signature ivory ribbon embroidery lace Ascot dress and hat designed by Cecil Beaton; Hepburn’s single most recognizable and remarkable outfit from any of her films.

- Singin’ in the Rain (MGM, 1952) Gene Kelly herringbone wool 3-piece suit by Walter Plunkett from “I’m Singin’ in the Rain” iconic musical number.

- There’s No Business Like Show Business (20th Century-Fox, 1954) Marilyn Monroe black, white and pink, tropical-print “Heat wave” dress and hat by Travilla.

- Blood & Sand (Paramount, 1922) Rudolph Valentino ‘suit of lights’ matador costume, the most iconic wardrobe from any of his films; designed by Travis Banton.

- Cleopatra (Paramount, 1934) Claudette Colbert signature royal boudoir gown of gold lamé and marquis-emerald trim, designed by Travis Banton.

- River of No Return (20th Century-Fox, 1954) Marilyn Monroe saloon girl costume of beaded yellow charmeuse with red scroll trim designed by Travilla, complete with all the accessories.

- To Catch a Thief (Paramount, 1955) Grace Kelly and Cary Grant key costumes by Edith Head, from the romantic scenic drive in a convertible overlooking Cannes.

- Taming of the Shrew (United Artists, 1929) Douglas Fairbanks, Sr. and Mary Pickford elaborate court costumes, hers is a peach silk velvet Empire gown with silver lace and bullion decoration by Irene Sharaff, and his is a black and gold tunic with gold lamé shirt and decorated cuffs, together with matching hat and yellow-lined boots.

And much, much more.
Orson Welles “Edward Rochester” Gray blue wool top coat, pants and shirt from Jane Eyre151Orson Welles “Edward Rochester” Gray blue wool top coat, pants and shirt from Jane Eyre
Orson Welles “Edward Rochester” Gray blue wool top coat, pants and shirt from Jane Eyre. (TCF, 1943) Gray blue wool period topcoat with velvet collar
Estimates : 4,000.00 - 6,000.00
Sold for (20,000.00 + 4,600.00) x 1 = 24,600.00
Sara Allgood “Bessie” purple dress from Jane Eyre152Sara Allgood “Bessie” purple dress from Jane Eyre
Sara Allgood “Bessie” purple dress from Jane Eyre. (TCF, 1943) Purple wool crepe period dress with buttons down front. Handwritten label “39401 SARAH
Start Price : 400.00 | Estimates : 400.00 - 600.00
Margaret O’Brien “Adele Varens” plaid dress from Jane Eyre153Margaret O’Brien “Adele Varens” plaid dress from Jane Eyre
Margaret O’Brien “Adele Varens” plaid dress from Jane Eyre. (TCF, 1943) Grey ribbed satin dress, orange plaid details and orange velvet piping with ma
Estimates : 800.00 - 1,200.00
Sold for (1,400.00 + 322.00) x 1 = 1,722.00
Peggy Ann Garner “Younger Jane Eyre” grey dress from Jane Eyre154Peggy Ann Garner “Younger Jane Eyre” grey dress from Jane Eyre
Peggy Ann Garner “Younger Jane Eyre” grey dress from Jane Eyre. (TCF, 1943) Grey wool crepe dress with self collar. Handwritten label “394-19 GARNER
Estimates : 400.00 - 600.00
Sold for (950.00 + 218.50) x 1 = 1,168.50
Lena Horne “Selina Rogers” green velvet dress from Stormy Weather155Lena Horne “Selina Rogers” green velvet dress from Stormy Weather
Lena Horne “Selina Rogers” green velvet dress from Stormy Weather. (TCF, 1943) Green velvet dress with gathered waist, buckle-back and ermine collar.
Estimates : 3,000.00 - 5,000.00
Sold for (8,000.00 + 1,840.00) x 1 = 9,840.00
Dame May Whitty “Miss Thwaites” period dress from Gaslight156Dame May Whitty “Miss Thwaites” period dress from Gaslight
Dame May Whitty “Miss Thwaites” period dress from Gaslight. (MGM, 1944) Three-piece brown wool crepe period dress and jacket with black embroidery and
Estimates : 1,000.00 - 1,500.00
Sold for (1,100.00 + 253.00) x 1 = 1,353.00
Ingrid Bergman “Paula Alquist” blue satin dressing gown from Gaslight157Ingrid Bergman “Paula Alquist” blue satin dressing gown from Gaslight
Ingrid Bergman “Paula Alquist” blue satin dressing gown from Gaslight. (MGM, 1944) Blue satin dressing gown with silver thread. Max Berman’s label.
Estimates : 4,000.00 - 6,000.00
Sold for (4,500.00 + 1,035.00) x 1 = 5,535.00
Ingrid Bergman “Paula Alquist” tan wool crepe period dress with hat from Gaslight158Ingrid Bergman “Paula Alquist” tan wool crepe period dress with hat from Gaslight
Ingrid Bergman “Paula Alquist” tan wool crepe period dress with hat from Gaslight. (MGM, 1944) Tan wool crepe two-piece period dress with buttons down
Estimates : 8,000.00 - 12,000.00
Sold for (32,500.00 + 7,475.00) x 1 = 39,975.00
Prop dress of “hidden jewels” from Gaslight159Prop dress of “hidden jewels” from Gaslight
Prop dress of “hidden jewels” from Gaslight. (MGM, 1945) Extremely heavy period dress with faux pearls and jewels, heavily decorated in brocade and go
Estimates : 8,000.00 - 12,000.00
Sold for (8,000.00 + 1,840.00) x 1 = 9,840.00
Promotional plaque for Gaslight160Promotional plaque for Gaslight
Promotional plaque for Gaslight. Gold wooden promotional plaque for Gaslight (MGM, 1944). Center medallion reads “Gaslight / Charles Boyer / Ingrid B
Estimates : 400.00 - 600.00
Sold for (1,100.00 + 253.00) x 1 = 1,353.00
Charles Boyer “Gregory Anton” burgundy smoking jacket from Gaslight161Charles Boyer “Gregory Anton” burgundy smoking jacket from Gaslight
Charles Boyer “Gregory Anton” burgundy smoking jacket from Gaslight. (MGM, 1944) Burgundy smoking jacket with velvet collar and cuffs. MGM label hand
Estimates : 6,000.00 - 8,000.00
Sold for (6,500.00 + 1,495.00) x 1 = 7,995.00
Gaslight original 1944 U.S. one-sheet poster162Gaslight original 1944 U.S. one-sheet poster
Gaslight original 1944 U.S. one-sheet poster. (MGM, 1944) Linen-backed original 27” x 41” U.S. one-sheet poster for one of the great titles in the Fi
Estimates : 300.00 - 500.00
Sold for (2,500.00 + 575.00) x 1 = 3,075.00
Rita Hayworth “Maribelle Hicks” two-piece dress from Cover Girl163Rita Hayworth “Maribelle Hicks” two-piece dress from Cover Girl
Rita Hayworth “Maribelle Hicks” two-piece dress from Cover Girl. (Columbia, 1944) Two-piece black and red velvet period dress adorned with mother of p
Estimates : 4,000.00 - 6,000.00
Sold for (8,000.00 + 1,840.00) x 1 = 9,840.00
Elizabeth Taylor “Velvet Brown” racing silks and riding pants from National Velvet164Elizabeth Taylor “Velvet Brown” racing silks and riding pants from National Velvet
Elizabeth Taylor “Velvet Brown” racing silks and riding pants from National Velvet. (MGM, 1944) Silk top bears internal label handwritten in script “
Estimates : 10,000.00 - 15,000.00
Sold for (60,000.00 + 13,800.00) x 1 = 73,800.00
Judy Garland “Esther Smith” Grey period wool dress with tassels from Meet Me in St. Louis165Judy Garland “Esther Smith” Grey period wool dress with tassels from Meet Me in St. Louis
Judy Garland “Esther Smith” Grey period wool dress with tassels from Meet Me in St. Louis. (MGM, 1944) Two-piece grey crepe wool tiered dress with gre
Estimates : 10,000.00 - 15,000.00
Sold for (16,000.00 + 3,680.00) x 1 = 19,680.00
Meet Me in St. Louis original MGM oversize portrait still of Judy Garland and Margaret O’Brien166Meet Me in St. Louis original MGM oversize portrait still of Judy Garland and Margaret O’Brien
Meet Me in St. Louis original MGM oversize portrait still of Judy Garland and Margaret O’Brien. (MGM, 1944) Gelatin-silver semi-gloss doubleweight 10
Estimates : 200.00 - 300.00
Sold for (800.00 + 184.00) x 1 = 984.00
Mary Astor “Mrs. Anna Smith” ivory lace gown with hat and parasol from Meet Me in St. Louis167Mary Astor “Mrs. Anna Smith” ivory lace gown with hat and parasol from Meet Me in St. Louis
Mary Astor “Mrs. Anna Smith” ivory lace gown with hat and parasol from Meet Me in St. Louis. (MGM, 1944) Exquisite ivory lace period gown heavily appl
Estimates : 6,000.00 - 8,000.00
Sold for (15,000.00 + 3,450.00) x 1 = 18,450.00
Margaret O’Brien and Tom Drake costumes from Meet Me in St. Louis168Margaret O’Brien and Tom Drake costumes from Meet Me in St. Louis
Margaret O’Brien “Tootie Smith” salmon robe, blue and white gingham pinafore and from Tom Drake “John Truett” black tux and pants from Meet Me in St.
Estimates : 800.00 - 1,200.00
Sold for (5,500.00 + 1,265.00) x 1 = 6,765.00
Judy Garland “Esther Smith” red wool period dress from Meet Me in St. Louis169Judy Garland “Esther Smith” red wool period dress from Meet Me in St. Louis
Judy Garland “Esther Smith” red wool period dress from Meet Me in St. Louis. (MGM, 1944) Red wool two-tiered period dress with quilted grape clusters
Estimates : 2,000.00 - 3,000.00
Sold for (10,000.00 + 2,300.00) x 1 = 12,300.00
Greer Garson “Susie ‘Sparrow’ Parkington ivory lace gown from Mrs. Parkington170Greer Garson “Susie ‘Sparrow’ Parkington ivory lace gown from Mrs. Parkington
Greer Garson “Susie ‘Sparrow’ Parkington ivory lace gown from Mrs. Parkington. (MGM, 1944) Ivory satin and lace embroidered gown. No label. Worn by
Estimates : 800.00 - 1,000.00
Sold for (4,000.00 + 920.00) x 1 = 4,920.00
Walter Pidgeon “Major Augustus Parkington” grey period jacket from Mrs. Parkington171Walter Pidgeon “Major Augustus Parkington” grey period jacket from Mrs. Parkington
Walter Pidgeon “Major Augustus Parkington” grey period jacket from Mrs. Parkington. (MGM, 1944) Grey wool tweed period jacket with MGM label handwritt
Estimates : 400.00 - 600.00
Sold for (750.00 + 172.50) x 1 = 922.50
Greer Garson “Mrs. Parkington” portrait from Mrs. Parkington172Greer Garson “Mrs. Parkington” portrait from Mrs. Parkington
Greer Garson “Mrs. Parkington” portrait from Mrs. Parkington. (MGM, 1944) Oil on canvas portrait of Greer Garson as “Mrs. Parkington”. Displayed in
Estimates : 3,000.00 - 5,000.00
Sold for (8,500.00 + 1,955.00) x 1 = 10,455.00
Gene Kelly “Joseph Brady” Navy sailor’s uniform and cap from Anchors Aweigh173Gene Kelly “Joseph Brady” Navy sailor’s uniform and cap from Anchors Aweigh
Gene Kelly “Joseph Brady” Navy sailor’s uniform and cap from Anchors Aweigh. (MGM, 1945) Dark blue wool navy sailor uniform with medals. Top has MGM
Estimates : 8,000.00 - 12,000.00
Sold for (27,500.00 + 6,325.00) x 1 = 33,825.00
Frank Sinatra “Clarence Doolittle” Navy sailor’s uniform and cap from Anchors Aweigh174Frank Sinatra “Clarence Doolittle” Navy sailor’s uniform and cap from Anchors Aweigh
Frank Sinatra “Clarence Doolittle” Navy sailor’s uniform and cap from Anchors Aweigh. (MGM, 1945) Dark blue wool navy sailor uniform with medals. Top
Estimates : 10,000.00 - 15,000.00
Sold for (15,000.00 + 3,450.00) x 1 = 18,450.00
Anne Baxter “Countess Anna Jaschikoff” embroidered raw silk skirt and jacket from A Royal Scandal175Anne Baxter “Countess Anna Jaschikoff” embroidered raw silk skirt and jacket from A Royal Scandal
Anne Baxter “Countess Anna Jaschikoff” embroidered raw silk skirt and jacket from A Royal Scandal. (TCF, 1945) Pale blue and soft peach long skirt and
Estimates : 400.00 - 600.00
Sold for (1,600.00 + 368.00) x 1 = 1,968.00
Tallulah Bankhead cognac two-piece period gown designed by Rene Hubert from A Royal Scandal176Tallulah Bankhead cognac two-piece period gown designed by Rene Hubert from A Royal Scandal
Tallulah Bankhead “Catherine the Great” cognac two-piece period gown designed by Rene Hubert from A Royal Scandal. (TCF, 1945) Cognac silk velvet two-
Estimates : 3,000.00 - 5,000.00
Sold for (7,000.00 + 1,610.00) x 1 = 8,610.00
Suite of (3) costumes (Donna Reed, George Sanders & Angela Lansbury) from The Picture of Dorian Gray177Suite of (3) costumes (Donna Reed, George Sanders & Angela Lansbury) from The Picture of Dorian Gray
Suite of three costumes (Donna Reed, George Sanders and Angela Lansbury) from The Picture of Dorian Gray. (MGM, 1945) Ivory satin two–piece period gow
Estimates : 3,000.00 - 5,000.00
Sold for (9,500.00 + 2,185.00) x 1 = 11,685.00
Vivien Leigh “Cleopatra” royal headpiece attributed to Caesar and Cleopatra178Vivien Leigh “Cleopatra” royal headpiece attributed to Caesar and Cleopatra
Vivien Leigh “Cleopatra” royal headpiece attributed to Caesar and Cleopatra. (Eagle-Lion, 1945) Three-piece “informal” royal headdress of decorated b
Estimates : 800.00 - 1,200.00
Sold for (4,250.00 + 977.50) x 1 = 5,227.50
Edward G. Robinson personal pipes and two pairs of slippers179Edward G. Robinson personal pipes and two pairs of slippers
Edward G. Robinson personal pipes and two pairs of slippers. Burgundy silk velvet slippers with “EGR” embroidered on tops in gold bullion. Stamped “J
Estimates : 600.00 - 800.00
Sold for (4,250.00 + 977.50) x 1 = 5,227.50
Vivian Blaine “Mary Elizabeth ‘Doll Face’ Carroll” peach robe from Doll Face180Vivian Blaine “Mary Elizabeth ‘Doll Face’ Carroll” peach robe from Doll Face
Vivian Blaine “Mary Elizabeth ‘Doll Face’ Carroll” peach robe from Doll Face. (TCF, 1945) Peach robe with feather collar and cuffs and belt. 20th Cen
Start Price : 800.00 | Estimates : 800.00 - 1,200.00
Joan Crawford “Mildred” waitress uniform from Mildred Pierce181Joan Crawford “Mildred” waitress uniform from Mildred Pierce
Joan Crawford “Mildred” waitress uniform from Mildred Pierce. (Warner Bros., 1945) Blue and white checked gingham waitress uniform with ivory collar a
Estimates : 20,000.00 - 30,000.00
Sold for (22,500.00 + 5,175.00) x 1 = 27,675.00
Ann Blyth “Veda Pierce” light grey two-piece suit from Mildred Pierce182Ann Blyth “Veda Pierce” light grey two-piece suit from Mildred Pierce
Ann Blyth “Veda Pierce” light grey two-piece suit from Mildred Pierce. (Warner Bros., 1945) Light grey wool two-piece suit with braided accents. Warn
Estimates : 1,000.00 - 1,500.00
Sold for (5,000.00 + 1,150.00) x 1 = 6,150.00
George Cukor personal dressing robe, sandal shoes, and handkerchief183George Cukor personal dressing robe, sandal shoes, and handkerchief
George Cukor personal dressing robe, sandal shoes, and handkerchief. Merlot satin monogrammed butterfly-pattern dressing robe with belt by D.G. Eldrid
Estimates : 600.00 - 800.00
Sold for (900.00 + 207.00) x 1 = 1,107.00
Betty Grable “Winifred Jones” red velvet beaded dress from The Beautiful Blonde from Bashful Bend184Betty Grable “Winifred Jones” red velvet beaded dress from The Beautiful Blonde from Bashful Bend
Betty Grable “Winifred Jones” red velvet beaded dress from The Beautiful Blonde from Bashful Bend. (TCF, 1945) Red velvet dress with gold lamé ...
Estimates : 2,000.00 - 3,000.00
Sold for (6,000.00 + 1,380.00) x 1 = 7,380.00
Judy Garland “Susan Bradley” cream two-piece period dress (not screen used) from The Harvey Girls185Judy Garland “Susan Bradley” cream two-piece period dress (not screen used) from The Harvey Girls
Judy Garland “Susan Bradley” cream two-piece period dress (not screen used) from The Harvey Girls. (MGM, 1946) Cream linen embroidered period jacket a
Estimates : 2,000.00 - 3,000.00
Sold for (2,500.00 + 575.00) x 1 = 3,075.00
Vincent Price “Nicholas Van Ryn” rust-color long robe and belt from Dragonwyck186Vincent Price “Nicholas Van Ryn” rust-color long robe and belt from Dragonwyck
Vincent Price “Nicholas Van Ryn” rust-color long robe and belt from Dragonwyck. (TCF, 1946) Rust-color heavy twill robe with embroidered crest on pock
Estimates : 3,000.00 - 5,000.00
Sold for (6,000.00 + 1,380.00) x 1 = 7,380.00
Natalie Wood  “Child Anna Muir” Blue period bathing suit from The Ghost and Mrs. Muir187Natalie Wood “Child Anna Muir” Blue period bathing suit from The Ghost and Mrs. Muir
Natalie Wood “Child Anna Muir” Blue period bathing suit from The Ghost and Mrs. Muir. (TCF, 1947) Blue cotton period sailor bathing suit worn by Nata
Estimates : 3,000.00 - 5,000.00
Sold for (3,000.00 + 690.00) x 1 = 3,690.00
Edmund Gwenn red velvet Santa Claus outfit with rabbit-fur trim from Miracle on 34thStreet188Edmund Gwenn red velvet Santa Claus outfit with rabbit-fur trim from Miracle on 34thStreet
Edmund Gwenn “Kris Kringle” red silk velvet Santa Claus outfit with white rabbit-fur trim from Miracle on 34th Street. (TCF, 1947) Red silk velvet San
Estimates : 20,000.00 - 30,000.00
Sold for (22,500.00 + 5,175.00) x 1 = 27,675.00
Linda Darnell “Amber St. Clair” green velvet period dress from Forever Amber189Linda Darnell “Amber St. Clair” green velvet period dress from Forever Amber
Linda Darnell “Amber St. Clair” green velvet period dress from Forever Amber. (TCF, 1947) Green velvet period dress with gold lace sleeves worn by Lin
Estimates : 3,000.00 - 5,000.00
Sold for (5,000.00 + 1,150.00) x 1 = 6,150.00
Linda Darnell “Amber St. Clair” tan wool period dress from Forever Amber190Linda Darnell “Amber St. Clair” tan wool period dress from Forever Amber
Linda Darnell “Amber St. Clair” tan wool period dress from Forever Amber. (TCF, 1947) Tan wool period dress with pink velvet inserts worn by Linda Da
Estimates : 3,000.00 - 5,000.00
Sold for (3,000.00 + 690.00) x 1 = 3,690.00
Linda Darnell “Amber St. Clair” two tone brown period dress from Forever Amber191Linda Darnell “Amber St. Clair” two tone brown period dress from Forever Amber
Linda Darnell “Amber St. Clair” two tone brown period dress from Forever Amber. (TCF, 1947) Two-tone brown wool period dress with green accents made
Estimates : 400.00 - 600.00
Sold for (1,000.00 + 230.00) x 1 = 1,230.00
Linda Darnell “Amber St. Clair” black velvet hat from Forever Amber192Linda Darnell “Amber St. Clair” black velvet hat from Forever Amber
Linda Darnell “Amber St. Clair” black velvet hat from Forever Amber. (TCF, 1947) Black velvet hat with tan lining worn by Linda Darnell as “Amber St.
Estimates : 200.00 - 300.00
Sold for (1,100.00 + 253.00) x 1 = 1,353.00
Richard Greene “Lord Harry Almsbury” period jacket from Forever Amber193Richard Greene “Lord Harry Almsbury” period jacket from Forever Amber
Richard Greene “Lord Harry Almsbury” period jacket from Forever Amber. (TCF, 1947) Tan suede period jacket with silver bullion design worn by Richard
Estimates : 400.00 - 600.00
Sold for (600.00 + 138.00) x 1 = 738.00
Spencer Tracy “Col. James B. Brewton” two coats and a pair of pants from Sea of Grass194Spencer Tracy “Col. James B. Brewton” two coats and a pair of pants from Sea of Grass
Spencer Tracy “Col. James B. Brewton” two coats and a pair of pants from Sea of Grass. (MGM, 1947) Brown wool frock coat with MGM label handwritten “S
Estimates : 800.00 - 1,200.00
Sold for (3,000.00 + 690.00) x 1 = 3,690.00
Katharine Hepburn “Lutie Cameron Brewton” period gown and coat from Sea of Grass195Katharine Hepburn “Lutie Cameron Brewton” period gown and coat from Sea of Grass
Katharine Hepburn “Lutie Cameron Brewton” period gown and coat from Sea of Grass. (MGM, 1947) Sleeveless satin ivory period gown with purple velvet tr
Estimates : 2,000.00 - 3,000.00
Sold for (3,750.00 + 862.50) x 1 = 4,612.50
Dan Dailey “Frank Burt” satin-trimmed dance tuxedo from Mother Wore Tights196Dan Dailey “Frank Burt” satin-trimmed dance tuxedo from Mother Wore Tights
Dan Dailey “Frank Burt” satin-trimmed dance tuxedo from Mother Wore Tights. (TCF, 1947) Two-piece dance tuxedo of grayish brown tailcoat with satin la
Estimates : 400.00 - 600.00
Sold for (650.00 + 149.50) x 1 = 799.50
Dan Dailey “Frank Burt” sequined dance tuxedo from Mother Wore Tights197Dan Dailey “Frank Burt” sequined dance tuxedo from Mother Wore Tights
Dan Dailey “Frank Burt” sequined dance tuxedo from Mother Wore Tights. (TCF, 1947) Three-piece dance tuxedo including dark blue tailcoat with sequins
Estimates : 400.00 - 600.00
Sold for (550.00 + 126.50) x 1 = 676.50
Ingrid Bergman signature full suit of armor with chain mail vest from Joan of Arc198Ingrid Bergman signature full suit of armor with chain mail vest from Joan of Arc
Ingrid Bergman signature full suit of armor with chain mail vest from Joan of Arc. (RKO, 1948) Historic full suit of armor, leather gloves and chain m
Estimates : 20,000.00 - 30,000.00
Sold for (50,000.00 + 11,500.00) x 1 = 61,500.00
Joan of Arc original U.S. three-sheet poster for the Ingrid Bergman version199Joan of Arc original U.S. three-sheet poster for the Ingrid Bergman version
Joan of Arc original U.S. three-sheet poster for the Ingrid Bergman version. (RKO, 1946) Original Morgan Litho 41” x 79” linen-backed U.S. three-shee
Estimates : 300.00 - 500.00
Sold for (2,500.00 + 575.00) x 1 = 3,075.00
Forever Amber original U.S. three-sheet poster200Forever Amber original U.S. three-sheet poster
Forever Amber original U.S. three-sheet poster. (TCF, 1947) Linen-backed original 41” x 78” U.S. three-sheet stone-lithograph poster for Linda Darnel
Estimates : 300.00 - 500.00
Sold for (750.00 + 172.50) x 1 = 922.50