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    TEN BUTTONS AND A MIRROR..

    Please note: Autographs from the Leonard Finger collection have not been autenticated by Spence/Grad but we believe these autographs to be as stated.

    These include three 7/8" multicolored examples (unidentified, but one is Ethel Barrymore), six 1 1/4" buttons with artist and show identified ("See Mississippi Kerns & Cole" or "Millie De Leon The Girl in Blue") and an 1 1/4" button of Anna Held, first wife of Flo Ziegfeld. The rectangular mirror is French and depicts performers on stage from the musical revue "Paris-Madrid" at the Palace Music Hall with Art Deco backdrop, their performance being recorded on Dubied machines. A fun group. Two buttons have faults–the balance are fine or better.


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    Auction Dates
    December, 2003
    9th Tuesday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 2
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