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    Humphrey Bogart (Warner Brothers, 1938-1940). Photos (2) (8" X 10").
    The two vintage gelatin silver, single weight glossy photos in this lot capture the opposite ends of the gangster persona that Humphrey Bogart honed to perfection in the 1930s and early 1940s. The first is a unique shot by Warner's fine photographer, Schuyler Crail, catching Bogart's character in a pensive portrait. On the verso is Crail's photograph stamp and an attached Warner Brothers snipe with the film's shooting title still employed, "Unlawful." The other is a shot of Bogart from 1940's It All Came True, with Bogie in one of the nattiest attires ever assembled for a mobster: a full-length tailored coat replete with white leather gloves and a color-coordinated scarf and pocket kerchief. The "King" photo has some mild wrinkles in the top border, faint edge wear, and a soft indentation from the verso snipe. The It All Came True photo has some faint crop marks in the left border that do not affect the image. From the Estate of Andrew Weimer Gard. Fine/Very Fine.

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    July, 2011
    16th-17th Saturday-Sunday
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