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John Wayne Cut Signature w/Display

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As a boy living in Glendale, California he delivered medicine for his father, the local pharmacist. His best friend was his dog “Duke”, providing his later-life epithet, and his name was Marion Morrison. If you haven’t figured it out by now, we’re referring to John Wayne. While attending USC, he got his start in movies from Tom Mix. Mix hired the “Duke” as a prop man in return for football tickets. Director, John Ford, gave him his first break, with a role in the 1930 movie “Men Without Women.” After innumerable low-budget films he achieved star status with the 1939 film “Stagecoach.” Offered is a sensational display dedicated to “The Duke” John Wayne. Exquisitely matted and framed, this beautiful display measuring 30-1/2” x 32”, features two black and white 8” x 10” scene-still photographs and a PSA/DNA Authentic autograph cut, penned by John Wayne in blue ballpoint. This is an outstanding signature projecting at a strength of about “8-9”. A masterful display that will enrich any setting.

PSA-DNA Auction House Letter, PSA-DNA Slab

1930,1939,Football,Movie,Prop,Signed  John Ford,John Wayne,Marion Morrison,Tom Mix

Auction End: 08-Feb-07  Post Views: 2790

Price; $0.00 – $0.00




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