Set or Type: Small Real Photos

Product Code: 1806_lots_sm_rp_x8

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ABOUT THIS ITEM:
Lot of 8 different film star mailaway photos from the 1940s.

Movie fans would send away for these types of mass produced real photos, 10 or 12 for a dollar, back in the 1940s.

7 of the 8 photos measure approximately 4" x 5 inches with up to a quarter-inch variance in size either way. 1 of the 8 (Larry Parks) is smaller measuring approximately 3-3/8" X 4 inches.

Scans of both sides of all 8 photos are shown above . Buyer receives them all!

Photos in this lot picture:

Scans #1 & 2:
Ann Sheridan - Some wear around edges of top right corner with lighter around other corner tips and edges; a small spot of soiling, almost like a burn, at middle of bottom edge on front; handwriting on back as shown.

Diana Lynn - Light wear and soiling around corners and age toning as shown, consistent with being corner mounted in album since mid to late '40s. Creasing near bottom left corner. Lynn's name written lightly in pencil on otherwise clean back.

Scans #3 & 4:
Johnny Mack Brown - Corner wear; creasing, especially at right; discoloration at bottom on front with slight staining at bottom on back; Brown's name written in ink on back.

Brenda Marshall - Tiny bend near bottom right corner tip; slightly rough edges,otherwise quite clean.

Scans #5 & 6:
Andy Russell - Light wear and soiling around corners and age toning/tanning as shown, consistent with being corner mounted in album since mid to late '40s. Russell's name written lightly in pencil on otherwise clean back.

Tom Drake - Light wear and soiling around corners and age toning/tanning as shown, consistent with being corner mounted in album since mid to late '40s. Drake's name written lightly in pencil on otherwise clean back.

Scans #7 & 8:
Robert Hutton - Light wear and soiling around corners and age toning/tanning as shown, consistent with being corner mounted in album since mid to late '40s. Hutton's name written lightly in pencil on otherwise clean back.

Larry Parks (smaller pic) - Light wear around corners and age toning/tanning as shown (not staining as clean reverse side shows), consistent with being corner mounted in album since mid to late '40s. Parks' name written lightly in pencil on otherwise clean back.

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