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    Tallulah Bankhead by Otto Dyar (Paramount, c.1930s). Fine/Very Fine. Autographed Portrait Photo (10.75" X 13.75"). Miscellaneous.
    Offered in this lot is an autographed vintage silver gelatin, double weight, matte finish photo of actress Tallulah Bankhead known for her roles in films such as Lifeboat, Die! Die! My Darling!, A Royal Scandal, The Trap and more. An unrestored photo that displays signs of use. May include slight edge wear, light creases, toning, or unobtrusive stains. There is an embossed photographer's credit int he lower right corner. The photo is inscribed and signed by Tallulah Bankhead. Heritage Auctions believes that the autographed item in this lot is authentic, but know before bidding that no Certificate of Authenticity is provided.

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    Auction Dates
    May, 2020
    31st Sunday
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