25 July 2003
NORMA SHEARER SIGNED PHOTOGRAPHS TO CLARK GABLE
Two vintage print black and white photographs depicting Norma Shearer striking poses with her black fountain pen ink inscription on the lower margins on one reading "For you a pose"/Norma and on the other To Clarkie from Norma. Two other photographs are included; one of Gable alone and one of Gable with Shearer. All housed in their original 1930s-era wood and mirrored frames, these images were likely shot by glamour photographer George Hurrell during the production of the 1932 MGM film, "Strange Interlude," though none were examined out of the frames.
14 x 11 inches
Please note the mirrored parts of the frames are partially stained due to age.
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