Lot 29 of 515:
John Barrymore signed letter with photo 1939  

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Lot closed - unsold
Estimate:
$200 - $300

Title:
Typed letter signed by John Barrymore framed with a portrait photograph
Author:
Barrymore, John
Place:
[n.p.]
Publisher:
Date:
1939
Description:

Signed typed letter, 17x21 cm (6½x8"); matted and framed with a portrait photograph. Photo size 10x7½"; with frame: 73x48 cm (29x19").

Signed typewritten letter from John Barrymore dated Oct. 31, 1939,  granting a newspaper "permission to use my doodle and name, and a favorable analysis made from my doodle...". The letter is handsomely matted and framed beneath a photograph of the legendary actor. 

The great American actor, brother of Lionel and Ethel Barrymore, father of John Drew Barrymore, and Grandfather of Drew Barrymore.

Lot Amendments
Condition:
Light wear to frame; letter with a few faint folds; contents not examined outside of frame, appear near fine.
 
Item number:
299386
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