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    The Mummy's Curse (Universal, 1944). Fine/Very Fine. Lobby Cards (3) (11" X 14").
    In the final entry in the series, Lon Chaney Jr. as the Mummy Kharis is once again trying to locate the mummy of his lost love, Princess Ananka (played by Virginia Christine). He racks up a body count along the way, including Cajun Joe (Kurt Katch) and Tante Berthe (Ann Codee), who are seen about to meet their ends in these cards. Two of the cards have slight edge wear, pinholes, mild creases, and minor tears. They also show soft surface scuffs and unobtrusive stains and smudges. The third card, showing Kharis strangling Katch, has had restoration applied to many of these issues, as well as a couple of tears into the background, scratches, surface wear, minor chips, and a vertical fold. The borders have been airbrushed, and the card still shows slight unaddressed color fading. Fine/Very Fine.

    Estimate: $1,000 - $2,000.

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