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Rudolph Valentino, Jean Valentino And Others
Rudolph Valentino, Jean Valentino And Others

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Rudolph Valentino, Jean Valentino And Others
A large collection of approximately 140 early publicity and still photographs, including: a gelatin silver photograph by Melbourne Spurr of a young Rudolph Valentino circa 1915, with photographer's blind-stamp lower right and ink-stamp credit to reverse -- 13½x10½in. (34.3x26.7cm.); an early black and white still photograph of Valentino and Alla Nazimova in Camille, 1921 -- 8x10in. (20.3x25.4cm.); an early black and white photograph of Rudolph Valentino in the boxing ring, 1920s, with photographer's ink-stamp credit to reverse -- 8½x6¾in. (21.6x17.2cm.); a black and white still of Rudolph Valentino as Lt. Vladimir Dubrovsky in The Eagle, 1925 -- 10x8in. (25.4x20.3cm.); two early black and white publicity photographs of Rudolph Valentino, one with printed signature, both -- 10x8in. (25.4x20.3cm.); and a gelatin silver photograph of Rudolph Valentino, 1920s -- 14x11in. (35.6x28cm.) framed; 20 early publicity portrait photographs of Jean Acker Valentino, 1920s-1930s, photographers include: Melbourne Spurr (2); Abbé (6); Edward Thayer Monroe (7); Strauss Peyton (2); four black and white still photographs of Jean Acker Valentino and Fatty Arbuckle in The Round Up, 1920, all -- 8x10in. (20.3x25.4cm.); and approximately 25 black and white portrait and publicity photographs, 1920s-1930s, of Jean Acker's partner, Chloe Carter, largest -- 14x11in. (35.6x28cm.); four early black and white photographs of Ziegfeld Follies actress, Kitty Kelly, 1920s-1930s, two signed and inscribed to Jean, one by Lenare, with photographer's ink-stamp credit to reverse -- 14x10½in. (35.6x26.8cm.); seven black and white photographs by Paul Ivano of the set used in Camille, 1921, all with photographer's blind-stamp credit to lower right, majority -- 8x10in. (20.3x25.4cm.); two black and white portrait photographs of Greta Garbo, 1930s, one by Clarence Sinclair-Bull, with secretarial signature, and one by Ruth Harriet Louise, both -- 8x10in. (20,3x25.4cm.); and related material (a lot)
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Please note that the photograph by Melbourne Spurr catalogued as being a young Valentino is not in fact of Valentino.
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