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    To Die in Madrid & Others Lot (Altura Films International, 1963). One Sheets (2) (27" X 41"), Photos (11) (8" X 10"), Trimmed Standee (9" X 11"), Trimmed Book Posters (8) (Identical) (7.25" X 11" & approx. 11" X 11"), & Film Review Pages (2) (8.5" X 11"). Documentary.
    Starring John Gielgud and Irene Worth. Directed by Frédéric Rossif. Included in this lot with To Die in Madrid is a folded one sheet from Daisy Miller (Paramount, 1974); vintage gelatin silver, black and white, single weight, glossy photos from The Counterfeiters of Paris (MGM, 1963), Felix Green's China (Janus, 1965), Perfect Friday (Chevron, 1970), and photos, standee, book posters, and film review pages from Z (Cinema V, 1969). Unrestored items with overall presentable appearances. They may have slight edge and fold wear, very minor fold separations, corner bends, creases, tears, pinholes, smudges, unobtrusive stains, light surface blemishes, and may show signs of faint toning. Each book poster and the standee from Z have been trimmed. Please see full-color, enlargeable image below for more details. Folded, Overall Grade: Fine+.

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    Auction Dates
    June, 2016
    26th Sunday
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