Lot 130 of 455:
Lobby cards, full set, Jack London  

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Lot closed - Sold For (Includes Buyers Premium):$180
Estimate:
$300 - $500

Title:
Queen of the Yukon jumbo window card with complete set of 8 lobby cards for the 1940 Monogram Pictures Production based on the stories of Jack London

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Place:
No place

Publisher:
Monogram Pictures

Date:
[1940]

Description:

Window card folded into four panels. Sheet: 55.5x70.9 cm (21¾x27¾"); lobby cards: 28x35.5 cm (11x14").

The movie starred Charles Bickford and Irene Rich. Presented with remnant lower portion of a larger poster from Queen of the Yukon.


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Condition:
Somewhat toned window card worn with chips and tears, rubbing, reinforced with tape from reverse. lobby cards with some toning with a few scuffs, a few marginal stains and creases.


 
Item number:
311666
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