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DescriptionMarilyn Monroe Kodachrome Slides by Milton Greene and Tom Kelley (1954-1956 ). Very Fine/Near Mint. Color Transparencies (5) (2" X 2")
This lot consists of 5 original Kodachrome color slides. Four of these are from photographer Milton Greene who would become the producer of two of Monroe's films, Bus Stop and The Prince and the Showgirl. Three of these slides are from Bus Stop and the other is from the famed 1954 Ballerina sitting. The other slide in the lot is by photographer Tom Kelley from the famous 1949 shoot that would feature Monroe nude. This particular slide has her wearing the black negligee. All of these slides are in very clean condition with only the most minor wear to the tips of the corners. These slides are sold purely as collector's items and no rights are implied.
Estimate: $400 - $800.
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