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    James Dean by Roy Schatt (Warner Brothers, 1954). Photographer's Proof on Board (Photo: 8" X 10", Board: 16" X 20"). Miscellaneous.
    A vintage gelatin silver, single weight, glossy finish photographer's proof of several portrait photos of James Dean taken by celebrity photographer Roy Schatt, who is best known for his photographic portraits and New York City series featuring Dean. An unrestored photographer's proof that displays signs of use. May include slight edge wear, corner bends, smudges, and light surface blemishes. The proof has been backed on to a board. Please see full-color, enlargeable image below for more details. Fine/Very Fine.


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    23rd Sunday
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