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    The Planter (Mutual, 1917). One Sheet (27.5" X 41").
    Very rare, this gorgeous "Duo" style one sheet for John Ince and Thomas N. Heffron's silent drama The Planter features a playful scene between Lamar Johnstone and Helen Emma Reaume, also known as Mrs. Tyrone Power. Though given top billing in the advertisements, Tyrone Power Sr. actually played the film's brutish antagonist with Johnstone and Reaume taking lead. Prior to professional restoration, this lovely poster had chips in the right border with several just extending into the artwork. There was a chip near the upper left corner and a few in the left border, and there was a vertical tear from the center horizontal fold to Tyrone Power's credit. The image area was almost untouched. Fine on Linen.


    Estimate: $600 - $1,200.

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