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    Casablanca (Warner Bros., 1948). Very Fine-. First Post-War Release Austrian Program (5.75" X 8.25"), Austrian Program (5" X 6.5"), First Post-War Release Danish Program, Danish Programs (2) (5.5" X 7.5" & 4.75" X 6"), Polish Programs (2) (4" X 8.5" & 4.25" X 6"), Czechoslovakian Programs (2) (5.75" X 8" & 6" X 8.25"), & Spanish Magazine (6.25" X 8.5")
    Featured are a wide assortment of programs from around the world for Michael Curtiz's cinematic masterpiece, including a 1948 first post-war release Austrian program, an Austrian program from an early 1950s reissue, a 1946 first post-war release Danish program, two reissue Danish programs from the late 1940s and the early 1960s, two Polish programs reissued in the 1950s and 1960s, and two reissue Czechoslovakian Programs most likely from the 1950s. Also included is the Casablanca issue of the Spanish magazine Ediciones Bistagne, most likely from the late 1940s, a magazine that novelized the plot of various famous movies each week. General signs of wear include mild edge and spine wear, slight spine separations, light creases, and small tears. Also visible are unobtrusive stains and writing, hole punches, and paper lifts. These issues are scattered throughout the lot and no single item shows all of these signs of wear.

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    Auction Dates
    November, 2019
    23rd-24th Saturday-Sunday
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