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    The Iron Mask (United Artists, 1929). Japanese Poster (11.75" X 23.75"). Douglas Fairbanks stars in his last silent film as D'Artagnan, a follow-up to his success with "The Three Musketeers." Fairbanks and his fellow Musketeers must rescue the rightful King of France, who is being held prisoner by his twin brother. This striking Japanese poster has edge tears, scuffs, and a few small holes in the image area. The poster has been mounted on linen and professionally restored. The film posters from Japan's pre-WWII history are as scarce as they can be! War, earthquakes, and paper shortages, not to mention the small print run of these posters, make them virtually nonexistent. Very Fine on Linen.

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    Auction Dates
    November, 2007
    13th-14th Tuesday-Wednesday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 3
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