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    John T. Kelly & Dutch Daly in George W. Lederer's Laughing Festival U & I (1891). Good/Very Good on Cardstock. Trimmed Theatrical Poster (28" X 42"). Miscellaneous.
    George W. Lederer started his career in theater at thirteen years old when he joined a touring opera company. Lederer went on to produce and direct musicals on Broadway and a handful of films. John T. Kelly and Dutch Daly were among the comedians in Lederer's Laughing Festival U & I in 1981, which this poster advertises. An unrestored stone litho poster that displays signs of average wear and use, including signs of age, edge wear, creases, paper remnants, some stains, paper loss with splices, or large tears, including a 26.5" tear from the upper edge into the image. The edges appear to be trimmed. It is most likely in need of some degree of work or restoration, or may have major or minor restoration. Due to the size/weight of this lot, shipping costs may be higher than usual.

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    1st Monday
    Auction Dates
    7th Sunday
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