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    Greta Garbo (1950). Matted Photo & Letter (15" X 28.5") with Frame (18.5" X 32").
    Featured is a letter and envelope hand written by the incredible Greta Garbo, accompanied by a classy magazine photo print of her famous role in Queen Christina. The inscription on the letter reads, "Sweetest A. Porter, Thank you for the print. Thank you for letters (or cards). Thank you, thank you and thank you. Soon! Though not signed by the actress, the distinct handwriting has been definitively found to be hers. This piece looks great and shows only slight signs of handling. Included is a vintage wooden frame for display. Very Fine.


    Estimate: $700 - $1,400.

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