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    Edward G. Robinson Lot (Warner Bros., 1930s-1960s). Fine/Very Fine. Photos (7) (8" X 10"), Restrike Photos (2) (8.25" X 10"), & Color Photos (2) (3.5" X 3.5" & 5.25" X 7"). Miscellaneous.
    Gelatin silver, color, single and double weight, glossy, restrike, and glossy, candid, publicity, and portrait photos of Edward G. Robinson, his first wife Gladys Lloyd and their son, Manny Robinson. This lot contains two restrike photos of Robinson and his first wife Gladys Lloyd, a photo of Robinson dressed as Santa Claus from Larceny Inc. (1942) by Mack Elliott, a publicity photo of Robinson by Bert Longworth (1930s), a publicity photo of Robinson and his wife and son, being picked up at a train station (1941), a publicity photo of the family at the circus (late 1930s), Edward showing off his latest art acquisition of a small Renoir (late 1930s), and two color family photos of Robinson playing with three dogs and another with his granddaughter, Franchesca, in the late 1960s. Unrestored photos that display signs of use. May include slight edge wear, soft corner bends, creases, smudges, light surface blemishes, very mild surface rippling, and one of the color photos show very minor color fading. Two photos have photographer ink stamp marks on the verso, with one photo having a studio snipe adhered to the verso. The circus photo and Renoir photos have been stapled to a larger single piece of paper and converted into a keybook photo. From the estate of Edward G. Robinson, personally owned by him.

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    Auction Dates
    May, 2021
    16th Sunday
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