13 août 2007

Gif The Misfits (1)

Marilyn Monroe, Clark Gable, Montgomery Cliff et Thelma Ritter
dans Les désaxés (The Misfits) - 1961
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15 juin 2007

27 & 28/10/1999, Christie's, "The Personal Property of Marilyn Monroe": Lots Partie 1

Enchères "The Personal Property Of Marilyn Monroe"
27 & 28 octobre 1999
- Partie 1 : Lots 100 à 54 : Effets personnels iconiques:
photos, bijoux, vêtements, awards, documents papiers

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> 27 & 28/10/1999, Christie's: Catalogue "The Personal Property of Marilyn Monroe"


Photos, Bijoux, Vêtements & Autres
Photos, Jewels, CLothes & Others


 Lot 1: A PHOTOGRAPH OF MARILYN MONROE
Circa late 1950's, autographed with original signatures including: Jimmy Stewart, Gary Cooper, Henry Hathaway, Clifton Webb, Claudette Colbert,Robert Stack, Humphrey Bogart, Lauren Bacall, Peter Lawford, Susan Hayword, Clark Gable, "Bill" Holden, Evelyn Keyes, Groucho Marx and others-framed. 20 1/4 X 16 1/4 in. 
Estimate: $10,000 - $15,000 / Sold: $88,300
1999-Christies_AUCTION-Lot001 


Lot 2: A PAIR OF STILETTOS BY SALVATORE FERRAGAMO (2)
A pair of scarlet satin stiletto heeled shoes encrusted with matching rhinestones.
Estimate: $4,000 - $6,000 / Sold: $48,300
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Lot 3: A PAIR OF RHINESTONE EARRINGS AND A PINK SATIN EVENING MUFF (3)
A pair of rhinestone earrings designed with four dangling rows of rhinestones, suspended from a fancy rhinestone cluster; together with a pink satin evening muff.
Estimate: $2,000 - $4,000 / Sold: $24,150
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Lot 4: A PAIR OF FANCY EARRINGS AND A PINK SATIN STOLE (3)
A pair of earrings fashioned in a tri-row dangling style, suspended from a cluster set with a pattern of three abstract rhinestones; together with a pink satin fringed stole.
Estimate: $1,500 - $2,000 / Sold: $14,950

 

Lot 5: A PAIR OF EAR CLIPS AND A PURPLE VELVET STOLE (3)
A pair of ear clips, each with a double-curved setting set with circular rhinestones; together with a stole of electric purple velvet.
Estimate: $1,500 - $2,000 / Sold: $12,075

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Lot 6: A PAIR OF EARRINGS (2)
Designed with three varying links of rhinestones, fastened to a rhinestone scroll, in a fancy motif; worn on March 14, 1954 as Marilyn Monroe accepted her "Photoplay Magazine Award" for "Most Popular Film Actress of 1953.".
Estimate: $2,000 - $4,000 / Sold: $35,650


Lot 7: THREE PAIRS OF DENIM BLUE JEANS (3)
RIVER OF NO RETURN, 1954.

Worn by Marilyn Monroe as "Kay Weston" in the film co-starring Robert Mitchum; one labeled (1-68-1-0435 Helen Thurston A-713), and another labeled (1-68-1-0444 M. Monroe A-713), the jeans are constructed with a zipper and single button closure stamped Foremost JCP Co, designed with two cross-stitched back pockets.
Estimate: $20,000 - $30,000 / Sold: $42,550
1999-Christies_AUCTION-Lot007  


Lot 8: A PHOTOGRAPH OF JOE DIMAGGIO
A circa 1940's black and white photograph of the sports hero, signed on the lower right corner "M. Sergis Alberts"-framed and matted-
20 1/4 x 15 in.

Estimate: $2,000 - $4,000 / Sold: $10,350
1999-Christies_AUCTION-Lot008  


Lot 9: THE HOLY BIBLE
Containing the Old and New Testaments. Authorized King James Version. Oxford: University Press, no date. 8vo, original red leather. Marilyn Monroe's copy of The Holy Bible, with a few pencil markings in the text.
Estimate: $2,000 - $4,000 / Sold: $37,950
1999-Christies_AUCTION-Lot009  


Lot 10: AN ETERNITY BAND
A platinum band, set with thirty-five baguette-cut diamonds (one diamond missing), given to Marilyn Monroe by Joe Dimaggio after their 1954 wedding.
Estimate: $30,000 - $50,000 / Sold: $772,500
1999-Christies_AUCTION-Lot010  


Lot 11: A PAIR OF KOREAN WAR SHOES (2)
A pair of gold leather high heeled shoes; labeled The French Room, designed with curved front and ankle straps. Worn by Marilyn Monroe in February 1954 while entertaining the troops in Korea.
Estimate: $4,000 - $6,000 / Sold: $32,200
1999-Christies_AUCTION-Lot011  


Lot 12: A BLACK SEQUINNED DRESS
A full-length evening dress, believed to have been worn in February 1954 while singing to over 10,000 soldiers stationed in Korea during the war. The black silk crepe evening dress is by Ceil Chapman, designed with a vermicular pattern of black bugle beads. While the dress is floor length, it appears that the hem was raised to three-quarter length, held in place with loose stitches and gaffer tape. Not since President Eisenhower's pre-inaugural visit had there been such a turn-out and reception as when Marilyn wowed the troops.
Estimate: $30,000 - $50,000 / Sold: $112,500
1999-Christies_AUCTION-Lot012  


Lot 13: A COUTURE EVENING GOWN BY LANVIN AND CASTILLO
A circa late-1950's couture gown designed by and labled Jeanne Lanvin and Castillo. The sleeveless ivory satin sheath is embellished with a front band in a tri-squared classical leaf pattern, continuing in cascading three-quarter rows.
Estimate: $6,000 - $8,000 / Sold: $61,900
1999-Christies_AUCTION-Lot013  


Lot 14: A SIMULATED DIAMOND AND FAUX PEAR BROOCH (2)
Of circular design, set with large faux pearls enhanced by circular-cut simulated diamonds, suspending fringe with small faux pearls, terminating with large faux pearls; together with a deep purple velvet fringed wrap.  
Estimate: $1,500 - $2,000 / Sold: $12,650

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Lot 15: TWO PAIRS OF EARRINGS (2)
Both designed with five linked imitation pearl drops; one pair with smaller drops, worn by Marilyn Monroe on February 25, 1956 as she departed New York for Hollywood for pre-production work on Bus Stop, and also on several other occasions. 
Estimate: $3,000 - $5,000 / Sold: $18,400


Lot 16: A BLACK COCKTAIL DRESS
A waisted, close-fitting, black wool cocktail dress, designed with three-quarter length sleeves and wool band at the collar. Worn by Marilyn Monroe as she departed New York for Hollywood to film Bus Stop in February 1956
Estimate: $15,000 - $20,000 / Sold: $24,150
1999-Christies_AUCTION-Lot016  


Lot 17: HENRY CARTIER-BRESSON THE DECISIVE MOMENT
New York, 1952. Large 4to, original color pictorial boards after design by Matisse; dust jacket.
FIRST EDITION, PRESENTATION COPY, inscribed by Cartier-Bresson to Marilyn Monroe and Arthur Miller on the front free endpaper verso: "a Madame Marilyn Monroe a Monsieur Arthur Miller/Avec mes hommages admiratif Henri Cartier-Bresson." With caption pamphlet laid in..

Estimate: $3,000 - $5,000 / Sold: $19,550
1999-Christies_AUCTION-Lot017  


Lot 18: A COUTURE COCKTAIL DRESS BY GALANOS
Of black wool crepe, the bare midriff with chiffon overlay, labeled Galanos and Bergdorf Goodman, On the Plaza, New York, the tag inscribed, MIS MONROE, DATE: 6/22/56 No Maltide. Worn by Marilyn Monroe at a London press call with Laurence Olivier and Arthur Miller for the promotion of The Prince and the Showgirl, July 1956.
Estimate: $30,000 - $50,000 / Sold: $74,000
1999-Christies_AUCTION-Lot018  


Lot 19: A PAIR OF PLATFORM SHOES (2)
The gold patina lam mules designed with stiletto heels and gold tone inner soles, labeled Anello & Davide, London WC2. Worn by Marilyn Monroe at the Royal Film Performance on October 29, 1956, to premiere the British film The Battle of the River Plate. After the screening, the actress was presented to H.R.H. Queen Elizabeth II..
Estimate: $4,000 - $6,000 / Sold: $33,350
1999-Christies_AUCTION-Lot019  


Lot 20: A PLASTER FLOOR LAMP
Serge Roche, circa 1937. In the shape of a palm tree. Literary ref.: Bruno Foucard and Jean-Louis Gaillermin, Les Dcorateurs des Annes 40, 1998, p. 236. Showing the lamp model in a gouache study of the salon in Serge Roche's apartment on the rue Las Cases, 1937. See p. 237 for an illustration of the lamp model. .
Estimate: $2,000 - $4,000 / Sold: $21,850

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Lot 21: A BABY GRAND PIANO
The white lacquered piano is early-20th century, unknown American manufacturer. The case with square tapering legs and feet with casters; together with a matching bench. The piano originally belonged to Marilyn Monroe's mother, Gladys. After the star's mother was institutionalized, the piano was sold and it would take years of searching for Marilyn to finally locate the piano and buy it back. Her sentimental attachment to this instrument is well-documented in the 1974 book (published posthumously), My Story, by Marilyn Monroe, in Chapter One entitled How I rescued A White Piano.
Length: 52 in. Width: 57 in. Height: 40 1/2 in.

Estimate: $10,000 - $15,000 / Sold: $662,500


Lot 22: CECIL BEATON TRYPTICH PHOTOGRAPH OF MARILYN MONROE
A 1956 photograph of Marilyn Monroe Miller taken by society photographer Cecil Beaton.
In one of her most famous sittings, the actress is posed reclining, holding a rose. The photograph is signed on the mat Cecil Beaton and is accompanied by two page autograph letter signed from Beaton. He describes his fascination and perspective on his subject in detail, "Miss Marilyn Monroe calls to mind the bouquet of a fireworks display, eliciting from her awed spectators an open mouthed chorus of ohs and ahs... In her presence, you are startled, then disarmed, by her lack of inhibition. What might at first seem llike exhibitionism is yet counterbalanced by a wistful incertitude beneath the surface. If this star is an abandoned sprite, she touchingly looks to her audience for approval. She is strikingly like an overexcited child asked downstairs after tea. The initial shyness over, excitement has now gotten the better of her. She romps, she squeals with delight, she leaps onto the sofa. She puts a flower stem in her mouth, puffing on a daisy as though it were a cigarette. It is an artless, impromptu, high spirited, infectiously gay performance. It may end in tears. Equally impromptu is her general appearance. This canary blond nymph has been so sufficiently endowed by nature as to pay no attention to the way she looks. Her hair, her nails, her make-up, have a makeshift, spontaneous attractiveness. It is all very contemporary: Marilyn Monroe conjures up two straws in a single soda, juke-boxes, sheer nylons and drive- in movies for necking (does she not project a hynotized nymphomania?). This, then, is the wonder of the age - a dreaming somnabular, a composite of Alice in Wonderland, Trilby, or a Minsky artist. Perhaps she was born the post war day we had need of her. Certainly she has no knowledge of the past. Like Giraudoux's Ondine, she is only fifteen years old; and she will never die." Cecil Beaton, June 1956.
- Encased in a silver tryptich, engraved on the center panel To Marilyn Monroe Miller Love Nedda and Joshua Logan. Gelatine silver print. 1956. Signed "Cecil Beaton" in red pencil on the mount.  

Estimate: $15,000 - $20,000 / Sold: $145,500
1999-Christies_AUCTION-Lot022  


Lot 24: A RIBBED WHITE ERMINE COAT
Circa mid-1950's, with deep cape collar, lined in black satin, labeled Maximillian, New York, fastening with rhinestone cuff button. Worn to the premiere of Conversation Piece to see Arthur Miller's sister Joan Copeland on November 18, 1957
Estimate: $10,000 - $15,000 / Sold: $79,500
1999-Christies_AUCTION-Lot024  


Lot 25: AN ELABORATE HAREM COSTUME (12)
In December 1958 Marilyn Monroe sat for a Life Magazine photo shoot with photographer Richard Avedon. In addition to posing as Jean Harlow, Marlene Dietrich, Lillian Russell, and Clara Bow, she also donned an exotic harem girl's outfit with appropriate hair and make-up to imitate Theda Bara in Cleopatra, with the hope of winning the role that ultimately went to Elizabeth Taylor. The skirt of orange and yellow chiffon scarves is attached to a gold lam bikini bottom with an ornate belt of embossed gold leather encrusted with amber-colored imitation jewels; the gold lam top designed with snake motif cups. Together with matching headdress and three imitation gold slave bracelets and four copies of Life Magazine, including the 1962 issue of the magazine that reprinted with the photographs. 
Estimate: $10,000 - $15,000 / Sold: $46,000
1999-Christies_AUCTION-Lot025  


 Lot 26: SCREENPLAY "SOME LIKE IT HOT"
Script for Some Like It Hot. Screenplay by Billy Wilder and I.A.L. Diamond. July 18, 1958. Mimeographed typescript, title page, list of character and the actors playing them, 122 pages (printed on rectos only). Bound in bright green paper wrappers, stamped number "56" on the cover and first page (very slight wear). A number of pages preceding Marilyn's character's first entrance are folded diagonally, probably as these scenes were finished shooting.
- MARILYN MONROE'S COPY, with her initials "MMM" in large letters in red crayon on upper cover and repeated on first page; with the name of her character "Sugar" circled in red crayon on 54 pages. A note on page 91 "to a child" is in an unidentified hand.
Scripts all sold separately

Estimate: $6,000 - $8,000 / Sold: $51,750
1999-Christies_AUCTION-Lot026  


 Lot 27: "SOME LIKE IT HOT" Contact Sheets (5)
A group of five black and white contact sheets from the film co-starring Jack Lemmon and Tony Curtis. With over forty-five images, the shots depict the actors, cast and crew in various scenes including on the beach and yacht-both on camera and relaxing between takes.
Contact sheets: 10 X 8 in. Individual images: 2 3/4 x 2 1/4 in.

Estimate: $2,000 - $4,000 / Sold: $57,500
1999-Christies_AUCTION-Lot027  


 Lot 28: NOMINATION FOR GOLDEN GLOBE AWARD
Hollywood Foreign Press Association / A Certificate of Nomination for Golden Globe Award of Merit for Outstanding Achievment Best Performance by an Actress in a Musical or Comedy / Marilyn Monroe / Some Like It Hot, 1959 .
Estimate: $3,000 - $5,000 / Sold: $34,500
1999-Christies_AUCTION-Lot028  


Lot 29: GOLDEN GLOBE AWARD (2)
To Marilyn Monroe Some Like It Hot - Best Actress in a Comedy 1959
Hollywood Foreign Press Association
March 8, 1960  York for her performance in The Prince and the Showgirl, 1959.

Estimate: $10,000 - $15,000 / Sold: $140,000
1999-Christies_AUCTION-Lot029  


Lot 30: A BLACK COCKTAIL DRESS AND A COAT
LET'S MAKE LOVE (2)

A black cocktail dress worn by Marilyn Monroe opposite Yves Montand in the 1960 film. The sleeveless dress is constructed with a bodice of coffee-colored chiffon embroidered with black scrolling foliage and matching cropped jacket. Also worn by the star to the 1959 ceremony for the presentation of her David Di Donatello Award at the Italian Consulate in New York for her performance in The Prince and the Showgirl, 1959.
Estimate: $20,000 - $30,000 / Sold: $79,500
1999-Christies_AUCTION-Lot030  


Lot 31: PROMPTBOOK FOR "LET'S MAKE LOVE"
Typescript, 33 pages (of 35, without pages 23 and 25, typed on rectos only). Bound in yellow wrappers (several pages detached and loosely inserted, some pages with creases and other signs of use, covers worn).
MARILYN MONROE'S COPY, evidently used in the filming, with her lines circled in red crayon on many pages, and with very extensive notes in pencil and ink on inside wrappers and throughout the text. Random notes on the front cover include "The situation," "enjoy,""just work for the situation," and "dream sequence:everything you do-do more/Amanda in a dream." On the inside front cover are a number interesting inscriptions, including "using my intelligence [sic]/am not a baby any longer," "she's a person/I am playing her," and (possibly referring to her character, Amanda) "For the theatre/she'll do anything." The inside back cover too contains some interesting self-admonitory notes: "Accept it, summon all strength needed - save myself for other things/don't fight/enjoy when I can," and "Not intense/leads to only tension/relax." Every page of the promptbook is marked up, with Marilyn's lines underlined or bracketed in bright red ink, there are numerous changes in the lines and cues noted, and the margins of each page contain notes in ink and in pencil, evidently made at different times during the filming. Her extensive notes - which reveal Monroe's very serious and meticulous efforts to perfect her role as "Amanda Dell," the showgirl being romanced by an incognito billionaire - are too numerous to do more than briefly sample here. At the bottom of page 3, she writes "what a small world only theatre"; on page 4, where she is describing the attitudes toward women in the theatre, she writes "types like J. Gould," and reminds herself to say certain lines "like a child." National politics are the subject on a note on page 9, where she has written: "What's wrong with the Democratic party letting Nixon win" (the filming took place during the Presidential contest between Nixon and Kennedy). At page 8, she writes "Joan of Arc" at the top of the page, and, in the margin: "Joan of Arc [sic] hears voices - sound the wind makes in Roxbury around the corner of the house- like a human whistle." At the top of page 14, in bold letters, she writes "don't rush" and "scene made by the silences/don't rush on the silences on the lines rush if necessary." At the top of page 33 appear several provocative inscriptions: "If I have to kill myself I must do it," and "acting must/occur not be made/use something to make/this possible" At the end of her lines, on the last page, she records the final moments of the film: "he kisses her vastly." On the inside back wrapper she has written several telephone numbers including that of Dr. Greenson, her Beverly Hills psychiatrist.  

Estimate: $10,000 - $15,000 / Sold: $55,200
1999-Christies_AUCTION-Lot031  


Lot 32: A SIMULATED DIAMOND BROOCH
Circa mid-1950's, of circular outline, designed as a cluster of rhinestones. 
Estimate: $2,000 - $4,000 / Sold: $12,650

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Lot 33: A FANCY BROOCH OF SIMULATED DIAMONDS
Circa late-1950's, of starburst design, set with rhinestones.
Estimate: $2,000 - $4,000 / Sold: $12,650

Lot 34: A SIMULATED DIAMOND BROOCH
Circa late-1950's brooch, of heart shaped design, set with rhinestones. 
Estimate: $2,000 - $4,000 / Sold: $12,650

Lot 35: AN EVENING STOLE
A black and creme satin evening stole, finished in a fringe pattern.
Estimate: $2,000 - $4,000 / Sold: $12,650

Lot 36: A PAIR OF EAR CLIPS (2)
Decorated with three lines of drop-cut rhinestones, worn to the premiere party for Some Like It Hot, 1959.
Estimate: $2,000 - $4,000 / Sold: $39,100


Lot 37: A WHITE STOLE
The center panel of white chiffon, trimmed with white fox fur and labeled Frederica. Worn by Marilyn Monroe to the premiere of Some Like It Hot, held at the Loew's State Theater on Broadway on March 28, 1959. Sold to benefit World Wildlife Fund. 
Estimate: $10,000 - $15,000 / Sold: $41,400

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Lot 38: A FULL LENGTH EVENING SHEATH (2)
Of ivory crpe, embroidered overall with silvered clear bugle beads, the skirt worked with shimmering pendant bugle beads, the dress with plunging rear dcolletage, the halter-neck with shoe-string straps. Worn by Marilyn Monroe as she was accompanied by Arthur Miller to the premiere of Some Like It Hot, 1959 and to Yves Montand's 1959 one-man-show on Broadway. The dress was also worn by the actress in the film Let's Make Love, 1960. Accompanied by a black and white publicity photograph of Marilyn on the set of Let's Make Love with Yves Montand, 8 x 10 in. 
Estimate: $20,000 - $30,000 / Sold: $107,000


Lot 39: A BLACK SILK JERSEY COCKTAIL DRESS LET'S MAKE LOVE, 1960
A black silk jersey cocktail dress worn by Marilyn Monroe in the 1960 film. Designed with an under bosom belt and draped, the interior labeled JAX, the paper wardrobe tab inscribed "ENOLA."  
Estimate: $15,000 - $20,000 / Sold: $48,300
1999-Christies_AUCTION-Lot039  


Lot 40: A GREY SILK JERSEY DRESS LET'S MAKE LOVE, 1960
A grey silk jersey dress worn in the film. The halter-neck style costume is designed with full skirts of layered grey chiffon with unfinished hems, piped, and labeled JAX.
Estimate: $15,000 - $20,000 / Sold: $52,900
1999-Christies_AUCTION-Lot040  


Lot 41: A SCARLET DRESS (2)
A scarlet silk halter dress, featuring full skirts of matching layered scarlet chiffon. Worn by Marilyn Monroe in a series of photographs to advertise the Warner Bros. film The Prince and the Showgirl, 1957, in her well-known, provocative sitting for Milton Greene, where she was photographed against a black background. Together with a mounted color tearsheet featuring the actress in the scarlet dress.
Estimate: $15,000 - $20,000 / Sold: $167,500
1999-Christies_AUCTION-Lot041  


Lot 42: A PAIR OF SQUARE-TOED TAN LEATHER BOOTS (2)
THE MISFITS, 1961

A pair of square-toed tan leather cowgirl boots, worn in the actress's last completed film. Embellished with embroidered stitching, the boots are stamped with the maker's mark Hyer
Estimate: $4,000 - $6,000 / Sold: $85,000
1999-Christies_AUCTION-Lot042  


Lot 43: SCRIPT FOR THE MISFITS
BY ARTHUR MILLER. REVISION MARCH 1960

Mimeographed typescript, title page and 147 pages (printed on rectos only). Punched and bound with three brass rivets, the different settings ("Ranch House,""Car,""Bar,"Mustanging") marked with alternating white or pink index tabs affixed to certain pages (title page soiled, some margins frayed).
- MARILYN MONROE'S COPY, with the initials "M.M." on title page and large note "Paula's script" deleted in pencil, the lines of the character "Roslyn" underlined in pink ink and her character's name circled in the same color ink throughout. At the top of the title, Marilyn has written, rather cryptically, "The effort is made by one's will." With Monroe's pencilled notes on 46 pages of script and on facing blank pages. On the verso of page 6 are several notes including: "play the situation/don't push it,""when she listens she smiles, when she talks, she doesn't," and "talk differently to him than to her!" On the verso of page 8 are the notes "plead for understanding," "try to smile a little," and "not to worry how I say it," and others. A note on the verso of page 14 reads "look straight at Gable - just look don't say anything don't do anything," and on the verso of page 13, she characterizes Roslyn as "stange lovely quality/not bitter/not blaming/realizing/no pressure now/I hoped so much that things would be different." At the bottom of page 16 Marilyn has written "lean back, stretch, unconcerned feminine sex." On page 20, where Isabelle cautions Roslyn about cowboys, Marilyn has written "men that are men can't be trusted." On page 37, Roslyn has the line "I didn't want children. Not with him," and on the facing blank, connected by a pencil line, Marilyn has written "Like with J.D." (Joe DiMaggio?). At page 72, where Perce is thrown from his horse during the rodeo and injured, Marilyn records:"this is the most dramatic thing so far - its - as if something has happened to her [Roslyn] - she is lost." On the blank verso of page 44, is an extensive inscription commenting on Roslyn's kissing Gay:"she kisses him because she could say that she's lonely - then when he doesn't seem to respond she's hurt then glad for the interruption."

Estimate: $8,000 - $10,000 / Sold: $31,050
1999-Christies_AUCTION-Lot043  


Lot 44: PROMPTBOOK FOR THE MISFITS 1961
"copied July 30, 1960" on inside black wrapper.
Typescript, 40 pages, oblong, typed on rectos only. Bound in light green wrappers, typewritten label "File Copy" on upper cover (several pages creased, wrappers worn).
- MARILYN MONROE'S COPY, with her pencilled initials "MM" on front wrapper, and with extensive notes and markings on 20 pages of the script, in pen and pencil, including extensive deletion of lines in the scene numbered 108 (which she has labelled "love scene"). Her notes are often reminders to herself regarding the action: at scene 31 she notes "keep looking at him"; at scene 45 she writes "make believe he is scrubbed up in a tuxedo"; next to liness inscene 82 "gently, like to a child," and "whisper, then let go." In scene 111, where her character is trying to calm an agitated man, she notes "stroke head, finger on lips," and later in the scene she adds a new line: "women do changes - a man can make that difference." Her notes in scenes 118 to 130 are extensive and quite interesting, and include "walk - tiredness, weariness, inside exhillerated [sic]; "the words are on a thin thread." Next to the lines in which her character cannot see and becomes agitated, she writes "as if all in a dream trying to find myself with these men - am I hearing what I hear." Further on, in scenes 131 to 148, Monroe has made notations including "all the stangers in the world," "stand on a spot of earch and call to the moon - calling into infinity," "in a forest she is covered/in a desert she stands exposed," and "smile - human madonna." At the end of scene 148 she adds a fascinating though cryptic note referring to her acting: "Nightclub - I'm not ashamed of that/hold onto...that as Lee [Strasberg] says of my acting/say it to myself." On the same page, she writes "don't at results/let it occur," and "observe/react/let it happen."
- [With:]MONROE. A sheet of autograph notes, 2 pages in pencil on a partial page torn from a yellow lined-paper notebook. Marilyn has written at the top of the sheet "Affective memory/in Sunday school play - children reading - late afternoon child doing my part that I know by heart Aunt Ida." Beneath, she writes "draw My own Map - what I want." Following other notes, at the bottom of the sheet she adds "write out my part." - BEHAN, BRENDAN. Autograph note, penned in ink on a small scrap of paper, paper-clipped to the front cover, reading "For Marilyn Monroe - a credit to the human race mankind in general and womankind in particular."

Estimate: $10,000 - $15,000 / Sold: $28,750
1999-Christies_AUCTION-Lot044  


Lot 45: A SLEEVELESS COCKTAIL DRESS
THE MISFITS, 1961 (2)

A sleeveless cocktail dress, labeled Jean Louis, of black silk jersey and elaborately cut, the irregular neckline threaded with a jersey band. Inscribed in pen, "#4Marilyn Monroe" on the Jean Louis label, together with a matching bolero jacket. (2) 
Estimate: $20,000 - $30,000 / Sold: $72,900
1999-Christies_AUCTION-Lot045  


Lot 46: FRANKIE AND JOHNNY BY JOHN HUSTON
New York: Albert and Charles Boni, 1930. Small 4to, original gilt cloth.
FIRST EDITION, PRESENTATION COPY, inscribed by John Huston to Marilyn Monroe on the title page:"Marilyn dear/all those years ago when you were hardly born I wrote this for you - the perfect Frankie - Johnny (himself) Huston." Illustrated by Covarrubias. 

Estimate: $4,000 - $6,000 / Sold: $33,350
1999-Christies_AUCTION-Lot046  


 Lot 47: A PAIR OF GILT-METAL LIGHTERS AND CASE (3)
A circa early-1960's set of two lighters, set in a fitted velvet case. Signed Wellington-Thin, the lighters are engraved FRANK SINATRA'S CALNEVA LODGE, the resort owned by Marilyn's good friend on the shores of Lake Tahoe.
Estimate: $2,000 - $4,000 / Sold: $48,300
1999-Christies_AUCTION-Lot047  


 Lot 48: SCRIPT FOR SOMETHING'S GOT TO GIVE, 1961
Screenplay by Arnold Schulman. November 22, 1961. Screenplay. Confidential. For Planning Purposes Only.
Confidentiality notice, mimeographed title page and 138 pages script (printed on rectos only). Bound in light green paper wrapper with Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation logo, title on spine (one tear to front cover).
MARILYN MONROE'S COPY, with numerous markings and notes in pencil on 39 pages. On the blank page facing the title she has written:"she maneuvers [sic], she gets him to chase her - he[sic] resents her leaving her husband." On the title page appear a number of notes and page references to the script and the observation "at one point in the story two women like each other but hate the man." Below, she writes, emphatically, "not a story for MM," and adds, "it's for a man and just any two girls except the first 45 pages." On the same page, she apparently records her reactions to the change of screenwriter: "why was the writer who wrote it let go?" and queries "New Producer, How come?" ON page 57, where the stage directions call for Richard and Priscilla to "embrace and kiss passionately," she has added: "but mechanically." On page 58, Monroe likens the towering rage of the forsaken Ellen to the emotions expressed in a song from Lerner and Loew's My Fair Lady, writing "I can do without you, or just you wait, Henry Higgins, just you wait." On page 69, Monroe has pencilled in what appear to be some ideas for the cinematic action. Instead of Ellen banging on the wall of the room honeymoon suite in which Priscilla and Ricahrd are kissing, Marilyn suggests: "she plays a record player very loud - and she does the twist and at certain beats in time with the music she bumps him against the wall." Continuing though, on the next page she writes "Ellen is getting tired her bumps are getting less enthusiastic and sad to put it mildly." Page 87 bears several notes, and the blank page facing it is covered with extensive pencilled notes concerning Ellen's lines, and suggesting a number of lines, including, "Now listen this happens to be a democracy - we're even the 50th state. We are no longer just a possession of the U.S.A." Monroe is caustic about certain weak features of the script: on page 126 in the script, the lines of the character Richard include a particularly awful pun: "You know the old saying - cast your broad upon the waters." In the margin Marilyn writes, "Not funny." On page 130, next to rather silly lines by Priscilla about the availabilty of men, she writes "Not a good speech," and next to Ellen's response to Priscilla, she comments succinctly: "sick." Following the final scene (Richard and Ellen kissing), she writes in large letters: "NO NO NO."

Estimate: $8,000 - $10,000 / Sold: $36,800
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Lot 49: SCRIPT FOR SOMETHING'S GOT TO GIVE, 1961
Script for Something's Got To Give. Screenplay by Nunnally Johnson. Revised Screenplay, February 12, 1962.
Mimeograph title page, 108 pages script (printed on rectos only), with 34 pages printed on blue paper representing changes to the script. Bound in light blue paper wrappers with Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation logo, title on spine (small tears, small stains and light soiling to covers, spine chipped). An intermediate stage of the script, before final scenes were added, and differing in many places from the final text.
MARILYN MONROE'S COPY, with numerous annotations and notes in ink (and, in a few cases, pencil) on the title page and 32 pages of the script, the annotation very heavy on about 12 pages, referring to lines, the characters, the blocking, commenting on the charaters and their motivations, etc. On title: "We've got a dog here - so we've got to look for impacts in a different way, or as Mr. Johnson says, the situation." On page 7, which is very heavily annotated, Monroe queries Bianca's use of the term "psychosomatic":"would she come right out with this sort of thing? I feel a hint of what she's getting to would be more real"; at another point, Monroe asks: "How can she say this at this point - too early? Gives away what she will be saying later...No! she is not a Nut but a cold Hard dame!...Maybe she could also be one of these 'practical' types - a bookkeeper at heart." On page 7a, Monroe comments on lines of the judge: "This is funny?" On page 12, heavily annotated, Monroe comments, "Ellen is no longer Irene Dune [the actress, Irene Dunne]- and the only people on earth I get on well with is [sic] men so lets have some fun with this opening scene on Ellen plus impact for the picture." On page 23, remarking on Bianca's taking Nick's hand, Monroe writes: "Let's remember she is frigid - We all know what Kinsey found out about most females. This has got to be one in one way or another." On verso of the last page are pencilled notes referring to the character Dr. Schlick, who has a German accent: "Alex Guinness/Oh goodness/on/vot - what/I am so merry." With a loose final page from a shooting script with bold ink notes about Schlick's accent: "Escuse me, plees...good Gude french u/Dat isgude/Dis is cross between D and TH."

Estimate: $8,000 - $10,000 / Sold: $25,300
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Lot 50: PROMPTBOOK FOR SOMETHING'S GOT TO GIVE, 1961
Carbon typescript, 32 pages, oblong, typed on rectos only. Bound in black paper wrappers, typewritten label "Marilyn Monroe/"Something's Got To Give" on upper cover. Marilyn Monroe's copy, with her pencil notes on 11 pages. On page 1, next to the lines "Kennedy"/"Oh...really...which one" she writes "dead pan." On page 7 she notes that the lines "let me get fixed up a little, will you" have been changed to "let me slip into something more comfortable..." At the bottom of that page she writes "I hope I hope I hope." At page 8 she comments "you are all crazy not me," and adds "dead pan" next to Bianca's lines. On page 10, next to her lines, she comments, "kidding the pants off him."
Estimate: $10,000 - $15,000 / Sold: $23,000
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Lot 51: A HAND-KNITTED CARDIGAN
Of creme wool decorated with a brown geometric pattern across the center, cuffs and the neck, with matching knitted belt. Worn by Marilyn Monroe in 1962 and featured in a series of photographs by George Barris taken on the beach in Santa Monica, California.
Estimate: $30,000 - $50,000 / Sold: $167,500
1999-Christies_AUCTION-Lot051  


Lot 52: A GOLDEN GLOBE AWARD
Marilyn Monroe World's Favorite Female Star 1961
Hollywood Foreign Press Association - March 5, 1962.

Estimate: $10,000 - $15,000 / Sold: $184,000
1999-Christies_AUCTION-Lot052  


Lot 53: A SEQUINED EVENING DRESS
From the personal wardrobe of Marilyn Monroe: A backless, full-length dress of emerald green jersey, heavily embroidered with matching sequins, decorated with inset waistband. Unlabeled, by Norman Norell, worn by Marilyn Monroe at the Golden Globe Award Ceremonies in Hollywood on March 5, 1962, when accepting her award as 1961’s “World’s Favorite Film Star.”
Estimate: $30,000 - $50,000 / Sold: $96,000

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 Lot 54: "HAPPY BIRTHDAY MR. PRESIDENT" INVITATION
Program for "Happy Birthday, Mr. President. New York's Birthday Salute to President Kennedy." Madison Square Garden, May 19, 1962. 4 pages. Front cover with title between squares of red and blue, to the right, a black and white photograph of President Kennedy. Page 2 text listing the Sponsors, Committee and Patrons of the event, page 3 enumerating the events scheduled for the evening, including appearances by Henry Fonda, Jack Benny, Ella Fitzgerald, Jerome Robbins' Ballet, Jimmy Durante, Bobby Darin, Peter Lawford and Marilyn Monroe.
- [With:] Official invitation to be with President Kennedy at New York's Birthday Salute to the President, May 19, 1962. 4 pages, lightly creased. Front cover with decorative text, page 2 with quotation from Mayor Robert F. Wagner.
- With:] Call sheet for the "Salute to the President" [May 19, 1962]. 2 pages, mimeograph typescript (on rectos only). Enumerating 39 events or appearances, Monroe as number 35 "Marilyn Monroe and Stars." Marilyn Monroe's copy, with notes in red crayon and pencil on first page, reading "who do have to be/to ask/who do you think you have to be to be disappointment." Together with three items, all Marilyn Monroe's copies.

Estimate: $10,000 - $15,000 / Sold: $129,000
1999-Christies_AUCTION-Lot054  


Lot 55: JEAN LOUIS DRESS DRESS WORN BY MARILYN MONROE WHEN SHE SANG HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO JFK
A Jean Louis gown worn by Marilyn Monroe at Madison Square Garden in New York City on May 19, 1962, at a Democratic fundraiser and 45th birthday celebration for President John F. Kennedy..
Sold: $1,267,500

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27 & 28/10/1999, Christie's, "The Personal Property of Marilyn Monroe": Lots Partie 4

Enchères "The Personal Property Of Marilyn Monroe"
27 & 28 octobre 1999
- Partie 4 : Lots 311 à 364 : Vie publique  -
Photos, récompenses, souvenirs

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Vie publique: photos, prix reçus & autres - "Souvenirs"
Public life: photos, awards received & others - "Memorabilia"


Lot 311: A MANFRED KREINER BLACK AND WHITE PHOTOGRAPH OF MARILYN MONROE
Estimate: $1,000 - $1,500 / Sold: $20,700
1999-Christies_AUCTION-Lot311 


Lot 312: A DETROIT FREE PRESS NEW FACES AWARD
Designed as a wall mirror of birchwood surrounded by fourteen electric light sockets and with leather grip, the plaque engraved Marilyn Monroe Winner-First Place Detroit Free Press New Faces Award 1952.
Estimate: $2,000 - $4,000 / Sold: $25,300
1999-Christies_AUCTION-Lot312  


Lot 313: A PLAQUE Photoplay Magazine
Presents The New Star Award to Marilyn Monroe
For Her Rapid Rise to Stardom In 1952

Estimate: $2,000 - $4,000 / Sold: $40,250
1999-Christies_AUCTION-Lot313  


Lot 314: A PLAQUE Look Award
Marilyn Look Award / 1952 Film Achievement Award
Estimate: $2,000 - $4,000 / Sold: $17,250
1999-Christies_AUCTION-Lot314  


Lot 315: A TESTIMONIAL OF APPRECIATION 
Presented by the American Legion
Estimate: $600 - $800 / Sold: $6,900
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Lot 316: MOTION PICTURE HERALD AWARDS 
Two "Motion Picture Herald in Association with Fame" awards, New York, January 1, 1954 and January 1, 1957. Together 2 pages, folio (9x12 in.), on cream card, with gold seal. Won by Marilyn in 1954 and 1957, this "Award of Achievement" was presented to "Marilyn Monroe...as on of the top ten Money-Making Stars." In 1954 Marilyn was selected to receive this award by "the Exhibitors of the United States and Canada," and in 1957 by "the American Theatre Box Office Returns". 
Estimate: $1,000 - $1,500 / Sold: $13,800
1999-Christies_AUCTION-Lot316  


Lot 317: A STERLING SILVER COMPACT
Engraved To Marilyn Monroe the best friend a diamond ever had, THE JEWELRY ACADEMY, Sidney M. Brownstein, President.
Estimate: $4,000 - $6,000 / Sold: $23,000
1999-Christies_AUCTION-Lot317  


Lot 318: A GROUP OF THREE PLAQUES (3)
(1) Exhibitor Laurel Awards
Voted by the Film Buyers of the Motion Picture Association: 1953-54
Marilyn Monroe / Number One Screen Star
(2) Independent Theatre Owners of Arkansas Award
Presented bo the State's Most Popular Movie Actress
Marilyn Monroe / Selected by a poll of 109,248 Arkansas Theatre Patrons: January 26, 1953
(3) A Halo for a Saintly Sinner is herewith bestowed by the Saints & Sinners of Los Angeles To Marilyn Monroe: April 16, 1953

Estimate: $3,000 - $5,000 / Sold: $19,550
1999-Christies_AUCTION-Lot318 


Lot 319: A TROPHY
National Movie Poll Award Marilyn Monroe Favorite Actress 1953 / Canton, Ohio
Estimate: $1,000 - $1,500 / Sold: $13,800

 

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Lot 320: A TROPHY
Non présenté / Not presented

Lot 321: A TROPHY BASE
Presented to Marilyn Monroe in Commemoration of her Unselfish Service Rendered tot he Armed Forces in Korea June 19, 1954
Morningside Park ; Post No. 398 / Inglewood, Calif.

Estimate: $2,000 - $4,000 / Sold: $36,800


Lot 322: A PLAQUE
"To the Sweetest Girl in Motion Pictures" Marilyn Monroe
20th Century Fox Films Star / 1953 Presented by Yolo County Fair Sugar Queen 

Estimate: $1,000 - $1,500 / Sold: $25,300

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Lot 324: CRYSTAL AWARD
Non présenté / Not presented

Lot 325: A TROPHY (CHILE)
Laurel De Oro 1959 ; Coktail De Estrellas
Estimulo Establecimientos ; DUCAL Actiz de Cine
Estimate: $1,000 - $1,500 / Sold: $27,600


Lot 323: A BRASS PLAQUE (ITALY BULGARI) - Donatello Award
Presidente Della Republica; A Marilyn Monroe 1957-58
Club Internazionale Del Cinema Roma 

Estimate: $1,000 - $1,500 / Sold: $27,600
1999-Christies_AUCTION-Lot323 


Lot 326: CECIL BEATON Photo, 1956
Estimate: $4,000 - $6,000 / Sold: $36,800
1999-Christies_AUCTION-Lot326  


Lot 327: A RECORD COLLECTION
Of approximately 48 assorted classical music records including vocalists and instrumentals in a russet case with small lock handle, together with three other records, ROBINSON, EARL and MILLARD LAMPELL. The Lonesome Train. 33 1/3 rpm. Original carboard cover. Inscribed on cover to MarilynCOOPER, CLARENCE. Goin' Down the Road. American Folksongs sung by Clarence Cooper. 33 1/3 rpm. Original cardboard cover. Inscribed on reverse of cover to Marilyn by CooperSPINA, HAROLD and JIM AMECHE. Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam. 33 1/3 rpm. Original cardboard cover. Inscribed on reverse of cover to Marilyn.
Estimate: $2,000 - $4,000 / Sold: $14,950
1999-Christies_AUCTION-Lot327  


Lot 328: PERSON TO PERSON, 1955
A painted wooden hanger from the television show Person to Person.
Marilyn appeared on the show in April 1955.

Estimate: $600 - $800 / Sold: $4,370
1999-Christies_AUCTION-Lot328  


Lot 329: THERE'S NO BUSINESS LIKE SHOW BUSINESS, 1954, Color lobby card
Estimate: $600 - $800 / Sold: $7,475
1999-Christies_AUCTION-Lot329  


Lot 330: A COLOR MAGAZINE TEAR SHEET
Depicting Joe DiMaggio in Yankee uniform at home plate with bold letters "A Great and Graceful Joe", in silvered wood frame.
Estimate: $600 - $800 / Sold: $9,775
1999-Christies_AUCTION-Lot330  


Lot 331: TWO BASEBALLS (2)
Signed by Joe DiMaggio and other Yankee players
One circa late-1940s/early-1950s factory stamped souvenir ball sold a Yankee Stadium.

Estimate: $2,000 - $2,500 / Sold: $16,100
1999-Christies_AUCTION-Lot331  


Lot 332: DRIVER'S LICENSE
Temporary driver's license, signed "Marilyn Monroe". State of California temporary driver's license, issued 29 February 1956.  
Estimate: $3,000 - $5,000 / Sold: $145,500
1999-Christies_AUCTION-Lot332  


Lot 333: THE PRINCE AND THE SHOWGIRL, 1957 - color lobby card 
Estimate: $600 - $800 / Sold: $13,800
1999-Christies_AUCTION-Lot333  


Lot 334: MILTON GREENE PHOTOS (2)
Two Framed Photographs of Marilyn in a black feather boa and top hat from her famous 1956 "Black Sting" with photographer Milton Greene.
Please note: It is possible that these are the two vintage prints that were printed in 1956, one set of three sets ever made. They were printed by Milton Greene and given to Marilyn Monroe. They are extremely rare and the original negative has been damaged and these prints are all that remain.  

Estimate: $1,000 - $1,500 / Sold: $43,700
1999-Christies_AUCTION-Lot334  


Lot 335: AMERICAN FEDERATION OF TELEVISION AND RADIO ARTISTS (AFTRA)
Television and Radio Artists Three Membership cards for AFTRA, January 1, 1960-January 11, 1961
Estimate: $1,000 - $1,500 / Sold: $5,520
1999-Christies_AUCTION-Lot335  


Lot 336: ACADEMY OF MOTION PICTURE ARTS AND SCIENCES (AMPAS)
Two membership cards issued for the years 1960 and 1961. Together 2 pages, small oblong, decorated with AMPAS logo and embossed gold Oscar statue, with "Marilyn Monroe" listed as the "Active Member." 
Estimate: $1,000 - $1,500 / Sold: $23,000
1999-Christies_AUCTION-Lot336  


Lot 337: SCREEN ACTORS GUILD
Screen Actors Guild membership card, 23 May 1960 and receipt fo r$80.  
Estimate: $1,000 - $1,500 / Sold: $25,300
1999-Christies_AUCTION-Lot337  


Lot 338: WARNER BROS. STUDIOS KEY
A commemorative brass key circa 1956, cast with W.B. emblem on one side and on the other marked Welcome to Warner Bros. Studio, the Largest in the World.  
Estimate: $2,000 - $4,000 / Sold: $32,200
1999-Christies_AUCTION-Lot338  


Lot 339: PHILIPPE HALSMAN Portrait of Dame Edith Sitwell 1958
Signed lower right For Marilyn, P. Halsman. Vintage print, gifted to Marilyn in 1959. Ebonized in gilt wood frame. 
Estimate: $1,000 - $1,500 / Sold: $4,830
1999-Christies_AUCTION-Lot339  


Lot 340: JOHN BRYSON PHOTO
A Photograph of Marilyn Monroe and Arthur Miller in Los Angeles 1960 framed. 
Estimate: $600 - $800 / Sold: $27,600
1999-Christies_AUCTION-Lot340  


Lot 341: ARTIST UNKNOWN
A Study for Dress Design. Marked Oyster white cavier-bead on jersey-oyster chiffon coat effect-diamond pin-pleated skirt on oyster white tulle, in silver-painted frame.
Estimate: $2,000 - $4,000 / Sold: $6,325
1999-Christies_AUCTION-Lot341  


Lot 342: ARTIST UNKNOWN
A Study for Dress Design. Marked White crepe satin with silver bangle bead bands. White Chiffon over shoulders and front yoke. Bands meet in back to form panels of white satin.
Estimate: $2,000 - $4,000 / Sold: $6,325
1999-Christies_AUCTION-Lot342  


Lot 343: FOUR PORTRAITS OF MARILYN MONROE (4)
(1) V. KRIAL: Portrait of Marilyn Monroe. Oil on artistboard.
Signed lower left V. Krial and dated 1954.
(2) VEPA: Portrait of Marilyn Monroe. pastel crayon paper, torn edges, in chrome-plated frame.
Signed lower right Ve.Pa.
(3): D.E.BARLOW: Portrait of Marilyn Monroe. Pastel and crayon on paper.
(4): C. FASO: Portrait of Marilyn Monroe.
Signed lower right C. Faso and ated 60 oil canvas 

Estimate: $1,500 - $2,000 / Sold: $9,775
1999-Christies_AUCTION-Lot343  


Lot 345: TWO PAINTINGS OF MARILYN - J. GRAY (2) 
Estimate: $800 - $1,200 / Sold: $8,625
1999-Christies_AUCTION-Lot346  


Lot 347: JACK CARDIFF PHOTOS (3)
Three framed photographs of Marylin Monroe taken in London during the film of The Prince and the Showgirl, 1957. Jack Cardiff was the cinematographer on the film. 
Estimate: $1,500 - $2,000 / Sold: $34,500
1999-Christies_AUCTION-Lot347  


Lot 348: A TYPEWRITER
A Royal portable typewriter circa 1950, with original certificate of guarantee and carrying case. 
Estimate: $2,000 - $3,000 / Sold: $8,625
Non illustré / Not illustrated


Lot 349: THE MISFITS PHOTOS, 1961 (7)
A group of seven black and white photos of Marilyn on the set of The Misfits with director John Huston, Arthur Miller, and co-stars including Clark Gable and Montgomery Clift. 
Estimate: $800 - $1,200 / Sold: $34,500
1999-Christies_AUCTION-Lot349  


Lot 350: THE MISFITS WIG, 1961 
A blonde wig and hairpiece for The Misfits in a box marked United Artists Corp., The Misfits, and Hold at airport for pickup, c/o Gilboy Co. of LA.
Estimate: $1,000 - $1,500 / Sold: $29,900
1999-Christies_AUCTION-Lot350  


Lot 351: WRITING CASE
An oversized red leather writing case by Smythson of New Bond Street, with gilt border on front and gilt initials M.M.M. in front upper right corner. Red watered silk interior, with 4 large sheets of blotting paper, 18 sheets of cream-colored notepaper, embossed Marilyn Monroe, and 6 matching envelopes, embossed on flap Marilyn Monroe.
Estimate: $2,000 - $2,500 / Sold: $27,600
1999-Christies_AUCTION-Lot351  


Lot 352: CROUCH & FITZGERALD 
A Tan leather suitcase with two travel tags on inside and monogramed A.M., with a tag from the Beverly Hills Hotel (includes numbers 238-240 inside suitcase).
Estimate: $3,000 - $5,000 / Sold: $6,325
1999-Christies_AUCTION-Lot352    


Lot 353: A TWO-HANDLED STERLING SILVER LOVING CUP 
Circa early-1950s, maker's mark of Black, Starr $ Gorham. Campana form, with ringed band flanked by double-spurred scrolled handles engraved Red Book Magazine Award For Distinguished Contribution to the Art of the Motion Picture, the reverse 1952 Best Young Box Office Personality Marilyn Monroe.
Estimate: $3,000 - $5,000 / Sold: $29,900
1999-Christies_AUCTION-Lot353  


Lot 354: A BRASS PLATED METAL MUSICAL GOLD MENORAH 
Circa 1950 / The cylindrical trumpet-form base supporting a baluster stem and continuing to ringed curved arms ending in small candle nozzles centering the Star of David, the base playing the Israeli National Anthem.
Estimate: $2,000 - $4,000 / Sold: $19,550
1999-Christies_AUCTION-Lot354 


Lot 355: CERTIFICATE OF CONVERSION 
Printed certificate of conversion to the Jewish Faith, signed by her (Marilyn Monroe) and by Arthur Miller, Rabbi Robert E. Goldburg and two witnesses. Dated Lewisboro, New York, July 1, 1956.
Estimate: $8,000 - $10,000 / Sold: $90,500
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Lot 356: A CERTIFICATE 
The Women's Division of the Federation of Jewish Philanthropies of New York
Citation January 26, 1956

Estimate: $600 - $800 / Sold: $6,900
1999-Christies_AUCTION-Lot356  


 Lot 357: A PHOTOGRAPH OF MARILYN MONROE AND ELI WALLACH
Estimate: $600 - $800 / Sold: $13,800
1999-Christies_AUCTION-Lot357  


Lot 358: DRIVER'S LICENSE 
State of Connecticut issued July 11, 1962, expiring June 30, 1964. Printed on front and back, on green card accomplished in type with Dept. of Motor Vehicles, Connecticut envelope dated July 13, 1962. Marilyn's Driver's License with the address of her final residence, 12305 - 5th Helena Dr., Los Angeles 49, Calif.. The license issued from Hartford, Conn. details: Fee $6; Operator Number 181034533; Height 5ft. 05in. and Date of Birth 6/01/26.
Estimate: $3,000 - $5,000 / Sold: $29,900
1999-Christies_AUCTION-Lot358 


Lot 359: CLIFFORD ODETS 
Portrait of Marilyn Monroe 1958
Signed lower left Odets, on the reverse with hand-written index card.

Estimate: $4,000 - $6,000 / Sold: $9,200
1999-Christies_AUCTION-Lot359  


Lot 360: AN ORIGINAL PENCIL AND INK CARTOON DRAWING OF TWO GIRLS ON SUBWAY 
The typed cut-out slogan "I Wonder: Did Marilyn Monroe every flunk History?", mounted and framed, circa 1960.
Estimate: $400 - $600 / Sold: $3,680
1999-Christies_AUCTION-Lot360  


Lot 361: SIX PAPER COASTERS (6)
Each marked respectively George Cukor, 1960 and Happy Christmas in red crayon; the others printed with eyeglasses or dogs.
Estimate: $600 - $800 / Sold: $2,530
Non illustré / Not illustrated 


Lot 362: A DRAWN AND PAINTED HAPPY BIRTHDAY CARD
Signed Joseph Krutak and dated '60. Depicting Marilyn as a student in bikini with various cartoon balloons and orginal signatures of cast and crew of Let's Make Love, including Yves Montand and George Cukor.
Estimate: $2,000 - $4,000 / Sold: $13,800
1999-Christies_AUCTION-Lot362  


Lot 363: A HAPPY BIRTHDAY CARD
Featuring an image of Marilyn in a short garment, on the hem written Ladies Wardrobe, hand-lettered Something's Got to Give, 1962 bottom right artist signature Joseph Krutak and featuring original signatures.
Estimate: $2,000 - $4,000 / Sold: $14,950
1999-Christies_AUCTION-Lot363  


Lot 364: SOMETHING'S GOT TO GIVE (5)
A group of photographs taken during a shoot where Marilyn modeled costumes from the film.
Estimate: $2,000 - $4,000 / Sold: $29,900
1999-Christies_AUCTION-Lot364 


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27 & 28/10/1999, Christie's, "The Personal Property of Marilyn Monroe": Lots Partie 6

Enchères "The Personal Property Of Marilyn Monroe"
27 & 28 octobre 1999
- Partie 6: Lots 470 à 576 : Scripts & Livres & Documents Papiers -

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Scripts


Lot 470: HENRI CARTIER-BRESSON
Autograph Christmas card signed ("Henri" to Marilyn Monroe. Black and white photograph "Kashmir, 1948" by Cartier-Bresson. Two pages.
Estimate: $600 - $800 / Sold: $9,200
Non illustré / Not illustrated


Lot 471: THERE'S NO BUSINESS LIKE SHOW BUSINESS, 1954 
Sheet music (lead sheet) for "After You Get What You Want, You Don't Want It" by Irving Berlin.
Estimate: $800 - $1,200 / Sold: $5,175
Non illustré / Not illustrated
 


Lot 472: THERE'S NO BUSINESS LIKE SHOW BUSINESS, 1954 
Sheet music (lead sheet) for "Lazy", by Irving Berlin. New York: Irving Berlin Inc. copyright 1924.
Estimate: $800 - $1,200 / Sold: $3,680
Non illustré / Not illustrated


Lot 473: BUS STOP, 1956 
Script for Bus Stop. Screenplay by George Axelrod. Final Script. February 27, 1956.
Estimate: $6,000 - $8,000 / Sold: $40,250
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 Lot 474: BUS STOP, 1956 
Loose revise sheets for the script for Bus Stop, 12 & 22 March, 1956.
Estimate: $1,200 - $1,800 / Sold: $9,200
Non illustré / Not illustrated


 Lot 475: BUS STOP, 1956
Eight call sheets and two progressive schedules for The Sleeping Prince.
Estimate: $800 - $1,200 / Sold: $4,025
Non illustré / Not illustrated


Lot 476: THE PRINCE AND THE SHOWGIRL
Three call sheets and three Shooting Schedules, headed he Sleeping Prince. 13 September - 12 October, 1956. Together 13 pages, folio, on yellow printed paper. 
Estimate: $800 - $1,200 / Sold: $8,625
Non illustré / Not illustrated


Lot 477: SOME LIKE IT HOT Script
Script for Some Like it Hot. Screenplay by Billy Wilder & I.A.L. Diamond. July 18, 1958.
Estimate: $2,000 - $4,000 / Sold: $13,800

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Lot 478: SOME LIKE IT HOT Screenplay
Screenplay by Billy Wilder & I.A.L. Diamond. Mimeograph typescript, 156 pages.
Estimate: $4,000 - $6,000 / Sold: $63,000

1999-Christies_AUCTION-Lot478 


Lot 479: SOME LIKE IT HOT Promptbook
Estimate: $10,000 - $15,000 / Sold: $57,750

1999-Christies_AUCTION-Lot479 


Lot 480: LET'S MAKE LOVE Script
Script for Let's Make Love. Written for the Screen by Norman Krasna. Second Revised Shooting Final, January 15, 1960.
Estimate: $2,000 - $3,000 / Sold: $11,500

1999-Christies_AUCTION-Lot480 


Lot 481: LET'S MAKE LOVE Group of loose revise sheets script
Group of loose revise sheets for the script for Let's Make Love. Second Revised Shooting Final, 24 January - 8 February 1960 and revises dated 25 January - 13 April 1960. 
Estimate: $5,000 - $7,000 / Sold: $14,950

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Lot 482: LET'S MAKE LOVE Eight call sheets
Eight call sheets for Let's Make Love, dated from 27 January to 9 June 1960. A mimeograph Staff Sheet, for Let's Make Love. (9)
Estimate: $600 - $800 / Sold: $9,775
Non illustré / Not illustrated


Lot 483: THE MISFITS Autograph notes
Autograph notes, in pencil on a sheet bearing a typed list of the scenes where the action wehre the action in The Misfits, a sheet from a three-ring binder.
Estimate: $2,000 - $3,000 / Sold: $16,100

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Lot 484: THE MISFITS Script
Script for The Misfits, by Arthur Miller
Estimate: $6,000 - $8,000 / Sold: $43,700
Non illustré / Not illustrated


Lot 485: THE MISFITS Promptbook
Promptbook for The Misfits, "copied, July 30, 1960" on the inside back wrapper.
Estimate: $10,000 - $15,000 / Sold: $25,300

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Lot 486: THE MISFITS Autograph note.
No place, no date (possibly made during filming of The Misfits).
Estimate: $600 - $800 / Sold: $5,750
Non illustré / Not illustrated


Lot 487: DOG TAG AND LICENSE FOR "MAFIA".
Dog License and Dog Tag. Two original licenses and the breass tag for Marilyn's pet poodle "Mafia". (3)
Estimate: $800 - $1,200 / Sold: $63,000

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 Lot 488: SOMETHING'S GOT TO GIVE Script
Screenplay by Nunnally Johnson. August 30, 1961. Revised Final. D
Estimate: $1,000 - $1,500 / Sold: $10,350

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 Lot 489: SOMETHING'S GOT TO GIVE Script
Screenplay by Nunnally Johnson, Revised Screenplay, February 12, 1962. 
Estimate: $1,000 - $1,500 / Sold: $6,900

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Lot 490: SOMETHING'S GOT TO GIVE Script 
Screenplay by Nunnally Johnson. March 29, 1962. Final. Confidential. For Planning Purposes Only.
Estimate: $1,000 - $1,500 / Sold: $4,370
Non illustré / Not illustrated


   Lot 491: SOMETHING'S GOT TO GIVE Script
Screenplay by Nunnally Johnson. March 29, 1962. Final.
Estimate: $4,000 - $6,000 / Sold: $29,900

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  Lot 492: SOMETHING'S GOT TO GIVE Script
Screenplay by Nunnally Johnson. March 29, 1962. 
Estimate: $1,500 - $2,000 / Sold: $9,200

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Lot 493: SOMETHING'S GOT TO GIVE Loose revise sheets for script
variously dated from 17 April to 22 May 1962. 
Estimate: $1,500 - $2,000 / Sold: $5,750
Non illustré / Not illustrated


Lot 494: SOMETHING'S GOT TO GIVE Group of loose revise sheets for script
Dated April 16 - 20, 1962.
Estimate: $2,000 - $4,000 / Sold: $23,000

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Lot 496: SOMETHING'S GOT TO GIVE Promptbook
Estimate: $3,000 - $5,000 / Sold: $5,175

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Lot 497: SOMETHING'S GOT TO GIVE Script
Screenplay by Arnold Schulman. Mimeograph typescript, 40 pages only.
Together with other scripts. Marilyn Monroe's copies of scripts for films in which she never appeared.

Estimate: $2,000 - $4,000 / Sold: $5,175
Non illustré / Not illustrated


Notes écrites par Marilyn
Notes written by Marilyn


Lot 498: A NOTE BY MARILYN MONROE
Autograph note, five words. No place. No date. The neatly written note reads simply: "he does not love me".
Estimate: $2,000 - $4,000 / Sold: $12,650
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Lot 499: A HAND-WRITTEN POEM
Autograph manuscript poem, "A Sorry Song", no place, no date.
Estimate: $6,000 - $8,000 / Sold: $36,800
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Livres
Books


Lot 500: ANDREWS, Matthew. Let's Make Love. 
Based on the screenplay of the same name by Norman Krasna. New York: Bantam, 1960.
First Paperback Edition. 

Estimate: $500 - $700 / Sold: $17,250
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Lot 501: 3 BOOKS
BEMELMANS, Ludwig: How to Travel Incognito, 1951 / To the One I Love The Best. New York 1955.
THURBER, James. Thurber Country. New York, 1953. (3)

Estimate: $400 - $600 / Sold: $5,520
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Lot 502: Camus, Albert. The Fall.
New York, Knopf, 1959.
Estimate: $200 - $400 / Sold: $3,450
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Lot 502 CAPPOZI, George. Marilyn Monroe. 
New York: Belmonte, 1961. First Edition, Presentation Copy. 
Estimate: $400 - $600 / Sold: $4,600
Non illustré / Not illustrated


Lot 503: A: DUMAS, Alexandre. Camille.
New York: Modern Library.
Estimate: $800 - $1,200 / Sold: $5,175
Non illustré / Not illustrated


Lot 504: ELLISON, Ralph. Invisible Man.
New York: Random House, 1952. First Edition of the author's first book.
Estimate: $500 - $700 / Sold: $3,680
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 Lot 505: COOKING BOOK
FARMER, Fannie Meritt. The Boston Cooking-School Cook Book. Boston: Little, Brown & Co., 1951.
Estimate: $800 - $1,200 / Sold: $13,800
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Lot 506: FITZGERALD, F. Scott. The Great Gatsby.
New York: Scribner's, 1953. 
Estimate: $200 - $400 / Sold: $8,625
Non illustré / Not illustrated


Lot 507: FLEMING, Ian. From Russia with Love
New York: Macmillan, 1957. First American Edition. 
Estimate: $600 - $800 / Sold: $6,210
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Lot 508: FROMM, Erich. The Art of Loving.
New York: Harper & Brothers, 1956. 
Estimate: $200 - $400 / Sold: $3,680
Non illustré / Not illustrated


Lot 509: GIBRAN, Kahil. The Prophet.
New York: Knopf, 1953. 
Estimate: $400 - $600 / Sold: $4,370
Non illustré / Not illustrated


Lot 510: JOYCE, James. Ulysses
New York: Random House, 1934. 
Estimate: $300 - $500 / Sold: $9,200
Non illustré / Not illustrated


Lot 511: KANDEL, Howard and Don SAFRAN
KANDEL, Howard and Don SAFRAN. Stoned Like a Statue. A Complete Survey of Drinking Cliches, Primitive, Classical and Modern. New York, 1961. Presentation Copy from Dean Martin.
Estimate: $300 - $500 / Sold: $13,800
Non illustré / Not illustrated


Lot 512: KAZANTZAKIS, Nikos. The Last Temptation of Christ.
 New York: Simon & Shuster, 1960. 
Estimate: $200 - $400 / Sold: $3,220
Non illustré / Not illustrated


Lot 513: KEROUAC, Jack. On the Road.
New York: Viking Press, 1957. First Edition. .
Estimate: $1,000 - $2,000 / Sold: $13,800
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Lot 514: BOOKS x 6
LAURENCE, D.H. -- Selected Poems. New York, 1959. -- Sons and Lovers. New York, 1922. -- Sons & Lovers. New York, 1960. -- The Portable D.H. Lawrence. New York, 1959. -- Etruscan Places. New York, 1957. -- FREEMAN, Mary. D.H. Lawrence. A Basic Study of his Ideas. New York, 1955. 
Estimate: $300 - $500 / Sold: $5,520
Non illustré / Not illustrated


Lot 515: BOOKS x 2
MALAMUD, Bernard The Assistant, New York, 1957. First Edition, Presentation Copy. Together with printed presentation bookplate.
Estimate: $200 - $400 / Sold: $2,990
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Lot 516: BOOKS x 3
MANN, Thomas Death in Venice and Seven Other Stories. New York, 1956. --Last Essays. New York, 1959. The Thomas Mann Reader. New York, 1950.
Estimate: $200 - $400 / Sold: $4,025
Non illustré / Not illustrated


Lot 517: MICHENER, James: Hawaii.
New York: Random House, 1959. First Edition. 
Estimate: $300 - $500 / Sold: $2,760
Non illustré / Not illustrated


Lot 518: BOOKS x 6
O'CASEY, Sean. -- Red Roses for Me. New York, 1944. --I Knock at hte Door. New York, 1949. -- Selected Plays. London, 1950. 2 volumes. -- The Green Crow. New York, 1956.  
Estimate: $300 - $500 / Sold: $3,220
Non illustré / Not illustrated


Lot 519: ODETS, Clifford : Golden Boy, Acting Edition. Play in 3 Acts.
New York: Dramatist's Play Service Inc. no date (Copyright 1937). 
Estimate: $3,000 - $5,000 / Sold: $18,400
Non illustré / Not illustrated


Lot 520: BOOKS x 4
ODETS, Clifford. Clash by Night. New York, 1942. --The Country Girl. New York, 1951. -- Six Plays of Clifford Odets. New York, 1939. -- YOUNG, Gordon. The Cats With Two Faces. New York, 1957. Presentation Copy from Clifford Odets. 
Estimate: $500 - $700 / Sold: $6,900
Non illustré / Not illustrated


Lot 521: BOOKS x 2
O'NEILL, Eugene. Long Day's Journey Into Night. New Haven: Yale, 1959. BOULTON, Agnes. Part of a Long Story; Eugene O'Neill as a Young Man in Love. New York: Doubleday, 1958.
Estimate: $300 - $400 / Sold: $2,300
Non illustré / Not illustrated


Lot 522: PIPER, Watty. The Little Engine That Could.
New York: Platt & Munk Co., 1930. 
Estimate: $1,000 - $1,500 / Sold: $16,100
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Lot 523: COOKING BOOK
ROMBAUER, Irma and Marion ROMBAUER BECKER. The New Joy of Cooking. Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1953.
Estimate: $500 - $700 / Sold: $29,900
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Lot 524: BOOKS x 3
SHAW, George Bernard. Selected Plays of Bernard Shaw. New York, 1948. Vol. 3 only. -- Ellen Terry and Bernard Shaw. A Correspondence. New York, 1949. -- Bernard Shaw and Mrs. Patrick Cambell: Their Correspondence. New York, 1952.
Estimate: $200 - $400 / Sold: $3,450
Non illustré / Not illustrated


Lot 525: BOOKS x 2
STEINBECK, John. The Short Reign of Pippin IV. New York, 1957. First Edition. -- Once Their Was a War. New York, 1958. First Edition. (2)
Estimate: $300 - $500 / Sold: $2,990
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Lot 526: BOOKS x 2
STYRON, William. Set This House on Fire. New York: Random House, 1960. First Edition. -- Lie Down In Darkness. New York: Viking Press, 1959. Paperback edition. 
Estimate: $200 - $400 / Sold: $2,990
Non illustré / Not illustrated


Lot 527: BOOKS x 5
WILLIAMS, Tennessee. The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone. New York, 1950. First Edition. -- Camino Real. New York, 1953. -- 27 Wagons Full of Cotton, and Other Plays. Norfolk, Connecticut, 1945. First Edition. -- Orpheus Descending. New York, 1959. -- A Streetcar Named Desire. New York, 1953. 
Estimate: $600 - $800 / Sold: $9,775
Non illustré / Not illustrated


Lot 528: BOOKS x 2
YOUNG, Stark. The Flower in Drama and Glamour. New York, 1955. PResentation Copy from Lee Strasburg. -- Theatre Practice.. New York, 1926. 
Estimate: $800 - $1,200 / Sold: $6,900
Non illustré / Not illustrated


Lot 529: AMERICAN LITERATURE x 6
Including six works by FITZGERALD, F. Scott -- WOLFFE, Thomas -- TERRY, John Skally.
Estimate: $300 - $500 / Sold: $4,370
Non illustré / Not illustrated


Lot 530: AMERICAN LITERATURE x 9
Nine books including works by HEMINGWAY, Ernest -- STEINBECK, John -- TWAIN, Mark.

Estimate: $400 - $600 / Sold: $5,750
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Lot 531: AMERICAN BOOKS  x 5
AMERICAN LITERATURE SOUTHERN, Terry. The Magic Christian. New York, 1960 -- AGEE, James. A Death in the Family. New York, 1957. First Edition. -- HERSEY, John. The War Lover. New York, 1959. -- PURDY, James. Don't Call Me By My Right Name and Other Stories. New York, 1956. --PURDY, James. Malcolm. New York. 1959.

Estimate: $300 - $500 / Sold: $2,530
Non illustré / Not illustrated


Lot 532: ANTHOLOGIES Various books x 13
ANTHOLOGIES Various books by COLETTE, Sidonie -- OPPENHEIMER, George and others.

Estimate: $500 - $700 / Sold: $6,900
Non illustré / Not illustrated


Lot 533: ART Various books x 8
ART Various books by SKIRA, Albert -- GIOVANNETTI, Pericle. -- CORDIER, Daniel and others.

Estimate: $200 - $400 / Sold: $5,520
Non illustré / Not illustrated


Lot 534: BIOGRAPHY x 9 
9 works by various authors including SOMERSET MAUGHAM, W. -- HALSEY, Margaret -- DE MILLE, Agnes -- and others.
 
Estimate: $300 - $500 / Sold: $3,680
Non illustré / Not illustrated


Lot 535: CHRISTIAN SCIENCE x 2
EDDY, Mary Baker -- Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures. Boston, 1934. -- Poems, including Christ and Christman. Boston, 1925.

Estimate: $200 - $400 / Sold: $1,725
Non illustré / Not illustrated


Lot 536: CLASSICAL WORKS  x 10
Ten works by various authors including ARISTOPHANES -- PLATO -- ARISTOTLE and others.

Estimate: $400 - $600 / Sold: $4,830
Non illustré / Not illustrated


Lot 537: COUNTER CULTURE x 4
Four works by GUTHRIE, Woody -- BRESLOW, Paul -- FLENDER, Harold -- SALISBURY, Harrison E.

Estimate: $300 - $500 / Sold: $2,760
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Lot 538: FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEXTS AND TRANSLATORS x 6
6 works by various authors. 

Estimate: $300 - $500 / Sold: $3,220

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Lot 539: FRENCH LITERATURE x 11
11 works by various authors including PROUST, Marcel -- FLAUBERT, Gustave -- MOLIERE and others. (11)

Estimate: $600 - $800 / Sold: $4,025


Lot 540: BOOKS, FREUD x 7
JONES, ERNEST
The Life and Work of Sigmund Freud. New York, 1959. 3 Volumes.
FREUD, Ernest L. (Ed.) Letters of Sigmund Freud Londong, 1960.
FREUD, Martin Glory Reflected. London, n.d.
FREUD, Sigmund. Moses and Monotheism. New York, 1957
SALTER, Andrew. Conditioned Reflex Therapy. New York, 1949.

Estimate: $500 - $700 / Sold: $4,370
Non illustré / Not illustrated


Lot 541: BOOKS, GARDENING & PETS x 8 
SEYMOUR, E.L.D The Wise Garden Encyclopedia. New York, 1938.
SEYMOUR, E.L.D.(Ed.) The Wise Garden Encyclopedia. New York, 1957.
DUSTAN, Alice. Landscaping Your Own Home (extensive water damage). New York, 1955.
BATES, Marston. The Forest and the Sea. New York, 1960.
BRONSON, Julien. Pet Turtles. Wisconsin, 1954.
TEALE, Edwin Way. A Book about Bees. Indiana, 1940.
WEBSTER, Gary. Codfish, Cats and Civilisation. New York, 1959.

Estimate: $600 - $800 / Sold: $3,450
Non illustré / Not illustrated


Lot 542: BOOKS, HUMOUR x 10
MAXWELL, Elsa. How To Do It, or, The Lively Art of Entertaining. Boston, 1957.
HARRIS, Mark. Wake Up, Stupid. New York, 1959.
MCGINLEY, Phyliss. Merry Christman, Happy New Year. New York, 1958.
DEL PIOMBO, Akbar, and Norman RUBINGTON. The Hero Maker. Paris, 1960.
ANGLUND, Joan Walsh. A Friend is Someone Who Likes You. New York, 1958.
KOVACS, Ernie. How to Talk at Gin. New York, 1962.
PARTCH, Virgil. VIP Tosses a Party. New York, 1959.
RANDOLPH, Vance. (ed.) Who Blowed Up the Church House And Other Ozark Folk Tales.. New York, 1952.
LYNES, Russell. Snobs. New York, 1950.
Estimate: $800 - $1,200 / Sold: $9,775
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Lot 543: BOOKS, JUDAISM x 2
The Form of Daily Prayers. Vienna, 1922. In Hebrew and English. Sephath Emeth (Speech of Truth). Order of Prayers for the Whole Year in Hebrew and English. New York, 1926.
Estimate: $300 - $500 / Sold: $4,025
Non illustré / Not illustrated


Lot 544: BOOKS, JUDAISM
The Holy Scriptures According to the Masoretic Text. Philadelphia, 1952. PRESENTATION COPY FROM PAULA STRASBERG. With presentation accomplished by Strasberg: "Presented to Marilyn by Paula, Sunday July 1, 1956."
Estimate: $500 - $700 / Sold: $3,680
Non illustré / Not illustrated


Lot 545: BOOKS, LITERATURE x 13
VAILLAND, Roger. The Law. New York, 1958.
MARTIN, Peter. The Buiding. Boston, 1960.
BOROS. The Mermaids. New York 1956
SWARTHOUT, Glendon. hey Came to Cordura. New York 1958.
SEGHERS, Anna. The Seventh Cross. Boston, 1945.
GARY, Romain. A European Addiction. New York, 1960.
GALLIE, Menna. Strike for a Kingdom. New York, 1959.
LAMBERT, Gavin. The Slide Area. New York, 1959.
BLOY, Leon. The Woman Who Was Poor. N.p., 1947.
HUDSON, W.H. Green Mansions. New York, 1936.
WAIN, John. The Contenders. New York, 1958.
LEMBOURN, Hans Jorgen. The Best of all Worlds, Or, What Voltaire Never Knew. New York, 1961.
MONSARRAT, Nicholas. The Story of Esther Costello. New York, 1953.

Estimate: $800 - $1,200 / Sold: $4,370
Non illustré / Not illustrated


Lot 546: BOOKS, LITERATURE x 15
ZOLOTOW, Maurice. Oh Careless Love. New York, 1959.
USTINOV, Peter. Add a Dash of Pity. Boston, 1959.
DREISER, Theodore. An American Tragedy. Cleveland and New York, 1948.
SCOTT, Paul. The Mark of the Warrior. New York, 1958.
SCHAPER, Edzard. The Dancing Bear. New York, 1961.
HECHT, Ben. Miracle in the Rain. New York, 1943.
NARAYAN, R.K. The Guide. New York, 1958.
KANIN, Garson. Blow up a Storm. New York, 1959.
O'NEIL, Russell. JONATHAN. New york, 1959.
KERSH, Gerald. Fowler's End. New York, 1957.
WINNETT, Ralph. Hurricane Season. New York, 1957.
BESSIE, Aalvah. The un-Americans. New York, 1957.
WEST, Morris L. The Devil's Advocate. New York, 1959.
QUAYLE, Anthony. On Such a Night. Boston, 1948.
NESBITT, Arthur. AY YOU NEVER SAW ME, NEW YORK, 1957.

Estimate: $800 - $1,200 / Sold: $4,600
Non illustré / Not illustrated


Lot 547: LITERATURE x 15
KAPELINER, ALAN. ALL THE NAKED HEROES. NEW YORK 1960.
MAULE, HAMILTON. JEREMY TODD. NEW YORK, 1959
FAST, HOWARD. SPARTACUS. NEW YORK, 1952.
PASINETTI, L.M. VENETIAN RED. NEW YORK, 1960.
JAMESON, STORM. A CUP OF TEA FOR MR. THORGILL. NEW YORK, 1957.
O'CONNELL, ALBERTA. STRANGE PROLOGUE. BOSTON, 1960.
CUNE, HENRY W. SIX O'CLOCK CASUAL. NEW YORK, 1960.
ARMSTRONG, CHARLOTTE. MISCHIEF. NEW YORK, 1950.
BURNS, SHEELAGH. THE GINKO TREE. NEW YORK, 1957.
WHITE, THEODORE H. THE MOUNTAIN ROAD. NEW YORK, 1958.
DI DONATO, PIETRO. THREE CIRCLES OF LIGHT. NEW YORK, 1960.
GILL, BRENDAN. THE DAY THE MONEY STOPPED. NEW YORK, 1957.
ROBBINS, HAROLD. THE CARPETBAGGERS. NEW YORK, 1961.

Estimate: $800 - $1,200 / Sold: $4,370
Non illustré / Not illustrated


Lot 548: LITERATURE x 8
DURRELL, LAWRENCE. JUSTINE NEW YORK, 1957. FIRST EDITION; JUSTINE. NEW YORK, 1960; BALTHAZAR. NEW YORK, 1958.FIRST EDITION.
GREENE, GRAHAM. BRIGHTON ROCK. NEW YORK, 1956.
CONRAD, JOSEPH.THE SECRET AGENT. NEW YORK, 1955.
BECKETT, SAMUEL. THE UNNAMABLE. NEW YORK, 1958.
THOMAS, DYLAN. PORTAIT OF THE ARTIST AS A YOUNG DOG. LONDON, 1954. LOWRY, MALCOLM. HEAR US O LORD FROM HEAVEN THY DWELLING PLACE. NEW YORK, 1961.

Estimate: $700 - $900 / Sold: $4,025
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Lot 549: MODERN LIBRARY x 10
FAULKNER, WILLIAM. THE SOUND AND THE FURY. AS I LAY DYING.. NEW YORK, 1946.
CALDWELL, ERSKINE. GOD'S LITTLE ACRE. NEW YORK, 1933.
O'NEILL, EUGENE. ANNA CHRISTIE. THE EMPEROR JONES. THE HAIRY APE. NEW YORK, 1937.
EDMAN, IRWIN. THE PHILOSOPHY OF SCHOPENHAUER. NEW YORK, 1928.
RATNER, JOSEPH. THE PHILSOPHY OF SPINOZA. NEW YORK, 1927.
JOYCE, JAMES. THE DUBLINERS. NEW YORK, N.D.
DICKENSON, EMILY. SELECTED POEMS NEW YORK, 1924.
PARKER, DOROTHY. THE COLLECTED SHORT STORIES. NEW YORK, 1942.
POPE, ALEXANDER. SELECTED WORKS. NEW YORK, 1951.
STENDAHL. THE RED AND THE BLACK. NEW YORK, 1953.

Estimate: $600 - $800 / Sold: $4,025
Non illustré / Not illustrated


Lot 550: MODERN LIBRARY x 9
SYMONDS, JOHN ADDINGTON. THE LIFE OF MICHELANGELO. NEW YORK, N.D.
MAUGHAM, W. SOMERSET. OF HUMAN BONDAGE. NEW YORK, N.D.; THREE FAMOUS FRENCH ROMANCES. NEW YORK, N.D.
LUDWIG, EMIL. NAPOLEAN. NEW YORK, N.D.
FLAUBERT, GUSTAVE. MADAME BOVARY. NEW YORK, N.D.
WILDE, OSCAR. THE POEMS AND FAIRY TALES. NEW YORK, N.D.
CARROLL, LEWIS. ALICE'S ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND. THROUGH THE LOOKING-GLASS. THE HUNTING OF THE SNARK. NEW YORK, N.D.
HUGHES, RICHARD. A HIGH WIND IN JAMAICA. NEW YORK, 1932.
WATKINS, SYLVESTRE, C. AN ANTHOLOGY OF AMERICAN NEGRO LITERATURE. NEW YORK, 1944.

Estimate: $600 - $800 / Sold: $4,370
Non illustré / Not illustrated


Lot 551: MUSIC x 4
SULLIVAN, J.W.N. BEETHOVEN, HIS SPIRITUAL DEVELOPMENT. NEW YORK, 1949.
EWEN, DAVID. MUSIC FOR THE MILLIONS. NEW YORK, 1950.
BATES, RALPH. SCHUBERT. NEW YORK, 1935.
BROCKWAY, WALLACE AND HERBERT WEINSTOCK. MEN OF MUSIC. NEW YORK, 1950.

Estimate: $200 - $400 / Sold: $2,990
Non illustré / Not illustrated


Lot 552: PLAYS x 17
GREENE, GRAHAM. THE POTTING SHED. NEW YORK, 1957.
NANNES, CASPAR. POLITICS IN THE AMERICAN DRAMA WASHINGTON D.C., 1960.
STEINHARDT, HERSCHEL. SONS OF MEN. NEW YORK, 1959.
KANIN, GARSON. BORN YESTERDAY. NEW YORK, 1946.
CORWIN, NORMAN. UNTITLED AND OTHER RADIO DRAMAS. NEW YORK, 1947. CORWIN, NORMAN. THIRTEEN BY CORWIN. NEW YORK, 1949.
CORWIN, NORMAN. MORE BY CORWIN.. NEW YORK, 1945.
O'NEILL, EUGENE. LONG DAY'S JOURNEY INOT NIGHT. NEW JAVEN, 1956; BEST AMERICAN PLAYS. THIRD SERIES, 1945-1951. NEW YORK, 1952.
CHAPMAN, JOHN. THEATRE '53 NEW YORK, 1953.
CERF, BENNETT AND CARTMELL, VAN H. SIXTEEN FAMOUS EURPOEAN PLAYS NEW YORK, 1943.
EDEL, LEON (ED.) THE COMPLETE PLAYS OF HENRY JAMES. PHILADELPHIA AND NEW YORK, 1949.
GLASSNER, JOHN. TWENTY BEST PLAYS OF THE MODERN AMERICAN THEATRE NEW YORK, 1939.
SPENCER, HAZELTON. ELIZABETHAN PLAYS. BOSTON, 1933.
GAVER, JACK. CRITIC'S CHOICE. NEW YORK, 1955.
HATCHER, HARLAN. THE ALBUM OF THE CAMBRIDGE GARRICK CLUB. CAMBRIDGE, 1936. (BLOCK BROKEN).

Estimate: $1,000 - $1,500 / Sold: $4,600
Non illustré / Not illustrated


Lot 553: EUROPEAN POETRY x 12
HOUSEMAN, A.E. A SHROPSHIRE LAD LONDON, N.D.
EWEN, FREDERICH. THE POETRY AND PROSE OF HEINRICH HEINE. NEW YORK, 1948.
BEECHING, H.C. THE POETICAL WORKS OF JOHN MILTON. OXFORD, 1941.
WILBUR, RICHARD. WORDSWORTH. NEW YORK, 1959; THE POETICAL WORKS OF SHELLEY. NEW YORK AND LONDON, N.D.
BLAKE, WILLIAM. THE PORTABLE BLAKE. NEW YORK, 1955
GORTON, MARY JANE. (ED.) WILLIAM SHAKESPEAR. SONNETS. NEW YORK, N.D.
MEIKLE, HENRY AND WILLIAM BEATTIE. POEMS OF ROBERT BURNS. MIDDLESEX, 1947.
HAYWARD, JOHN. THE PENGUIN BOOK OF ENGLISH VERSE.. LONDON, 1956.
JOSEPHSON, HANNAH AND MALCOLM COWLEY. $IARAGON. POET OF THE FRENCH RESISTANCE. NEW YORK, 1945.
TILDEN, MARGARET. STAR CROSSED LONDON, 1947.

Estimate: $800 - $1,200 / Sold: $6,900
Non illustré / Not illustrated


Lot 554: AMERICAN POETRY VARIOUS AUTHORS x 17
ST VINCENT MILLAY, EDNA. COLLECTED SONNETS, NEW YORK, 1941; COLLECTED SONNETS. NEW YORK, 1959.
UNTERMEYER, LOUIS. ROBERT FROST'S POEMS N.P., 1959.
WILBUR, RICHARD. POE, COMPLETE POEMS.
MARQUIS, DON. THE LIVES AND TIMES OF ARCHY AND MEHITABEL. NEW YORK, 1950.
WILLIAMS, OSCAR. THE POCKETBOOK OF MODERN VERSE. NEW YORK, 1954.
AND VARIOUS OTHER AUTHORS.

Estimate: $800 - $1,200 / Sold: $4,600
Non illustré / Not illustrated


Lot 555: POLITICS VARIOUS AUTHORS x 12
BRADEN, ANNE. THE WALL BETWEEN, NEW YORK, 1958.
DRAPER, THEODORE. THE ROOTS OF AMERCIAN COMMUNISM. NEW YORK, 1957. CHRISTMAN, HENRY. (ED.) A VIEW OF THE NATION. AN ANTHOLOGY: 1955-1959. NEW YORK, 1959.
THOMAS, NORMAN. A SOCIALIST'S FAITH. NEW YORK, 1951.
GINZBURG, BENJAMIN. REDEDICATION TO FREEDOM. NEW YORK, 1959.
PLUS OTHER VARIOUS AUTHORS.

Estimate: $800 - $1,200 / Sold: $4,370
Non illustré / Not illustrated


Lot 556: POLITICS VARIOUS AUTHORS x 18
HUGHESM EMMET JOHN. AMERICA THE VINCIBLE NEW YORK, 1959.
LERNER, MAX. THE UNFINISHED COUNTRY, NEW YORK, 1959. PRESENTATION COPY FROM M. LINCOLN SCHUSTER (PUBLISHER'S COMPLIMENTS SLIP AND 2 BUSINESS CARDS INSIDE.)
O'KEARNEY, JOHN. RED MIRAGE. LONDON, 1958.
MARKEL, LESTER. (ED.) BACKROUND AND FOREGROUND. THE NEW YORK TIMES MAGAZINE. AN ANTHOLOGY.. NEW YORK, 1960.
MILNER, ESTHER. THE FAILURE OF SUCCESS. NEW YORK, 1959.
WILSON, EDMUND. A PIECE OF MY MIND. NEW YORK, 1956.
VARIOUS OTHER AUTHORS.

Estimate: $800 - $1,200 / Sold: $4,370
Non illustré / Not illustrated


Lot 557: PRAYER x 3
CATECHISM FOR YOUNG CHILDREN. PHILADELPHIA, 1936. / -GATLIN, DANA. PRAYER CHANGES THINGS. MISSOURI, 1952. INSCRIBED "MISS MARILYN MONROE" IN AN UNKNOWN HAND. DUST JACKET VERSO WITH SOME NOTATIONS IN MARILYN'S HAND -/ GIBRAN, KAHLIL. THE PROPHET. NEW YORK, 1950.
Estimate: $300 - $500 / Sold: $6,900
Non illustré / Not illustrated


Lot 558: PRAYER x 6
COLLIER, ROBERT. THE MAGIC WORD L.I.D.G.T.T.F.T.A.T.I.M. NEW YORK, 1940.- GIBRAN, KAHLIL. THE PROPHET. NEW YORK, 1961.- GROSS, MILTON. HIS BROTHER'S KEEPER. 3 PAGE EXTRACT, READER'S DIGEST, DECEMBER 1961. EHMANN, K. CHRISTLICHES ERGISSMEINNICHT. NEW YORK, N.D. LANYON, WALTER C. AND IT WAS TOLD OF A CERTAIN POTTER. MILWAUKEE, 1922. WITH SEVERAL NEWSPAPER PRAYERS AND POEMS TIPPED IN. -BAHAI PRAYERS. WILMETTE, 1957. INSCRIBED TO MARILYN: "MARILYN MONROE MAYBELINE. A GIFT FOR MY DARLING MAYBELINE, WITH ALL MY LOVE, CHARLZETTA", DATED 1961.
Estimate: $300 - $500 / Sold: $6,325
Non illustré / Not illustrated


Lot 559: PSYCHOLOGY x 19
MEMMINGER, KARL A. MAN AGAINST HIMSELF. NEW YORK, 1938. -KAHLER, ERICH. THE TOWER AND THE ABYSS. NEW YORK, 1957.- KOPPLIN, DOROTHEA S. SOMETHING TO LIVE BY. NEW YORK, 1948. - ALEXANDER, F. MATTHIAS. MAN'S SUPREME INHERITANCE. NEW YORK, 1941.- MURPHY, JOSEPH. THE MIRACLES OF YOUR MIND. SAN GABRIEL, 1953. - DE SAINT-EXUPERY, ANTOINE. THE WISDOM OF THE SANDS. NEW YORK, 1950, AND OTHER VARIOUS AUTHORS.
Estimate: $800 - $1,200 / Sold: $5,520
Non illustré / Not illustrated


Lot 560: REFERENCE x 6
SPOCK, BENJAMIN. BABY AND CHILD CARE. NEW YORK, 1958. - DUNLOP, HAZEL PECKINPAUGH. FLOWER ARRANGING FOR FUN. NEW YORK, 1959. PRESENTATION COPY, WITH CARD OF PASCAL COVICI OF THE VIKING PRESS - HUGO'S POCKET DICTIONARY. FRENCH-ENGLISH AND ENGLISH-FRENCH. PHILADELPHOA, N.D. - KANY, CHARLES AND MATHURIN DONDO. SPOKEN FRENCH FOR TRAVELLERS AND TOURISTS. BOSTON, 1946. - MAWSON, C.O. AND K.A. WHITING.ROGET'S POCKET THESAURUS NEW YORK, 1949. - MAWSON, C.O. AND K.A. WHITING. ROGET'S POCKET THESAURAU NEW YORK, 1953.
Estimate: $800 - $1,200 / Sold: $4,370
Non illustré / Not illustrated


Lot 561: RELIGION x 10
KERTZER, MORRIS. WHAT IS A JEW". NEW YORK, 1953. - STEINBERG, MILTON. A PARTISAN GUIDE TO THE JEWISH PROBLEM. NEW YORK, 1945. - BUBER, MARTIN. THE TALES OF RABBI NACHMAN. NEW YORK, 1956. - KAZANTZAKIS, NIKROS. THE SAVIORS OF GOD: SPIRITUAL EXERCISES. NEW YORK, 1960. - GIBRAN, KAHLIL. THE PROPHET. NEW YORK, 1961. - GIBRAN, KAHLIL. JESUS. NEW YORK, 1949. - BURROWS, MILLAR. THE DEAD SEA SCROLLS. NEW YORK, 1956. - DORESSE, JEAN. THE SECRET BOOKS OF THE EGYPTIAN GNOSTICS. NEW YORK, 1960. MCCARTHY, MARY. MEMORIES OF A CATHOLIC CHILDHOOD. NEW YORK, 1957. - RUSSELL, BERTRAND. WHY I AM NOT A CHRISTIAN. NEW YORK, 1957.
Estimate: $800 - $1,200 / Sold: $3,220
Non illustré / Not illustrated


Lot 562: RUSSIAN LITERATURE x 8
TOLSTOY, LEO. REDEMPTION AND OTHER PLAYS. NEW YORK, 1919. - CHEKHOV, ANTON. THE VIKING LIBRARY PORTABLE CHEKHOV. NEW YORK, 1947. - DOSTOEVSKY, FYODOR. CRIME AND PUNISHMENT. NEW YORK, 1950. - SELTZER, THOMAS. BEST RUSSIAN STORIES. AN ANTHOLOGY. NEW YORK, N.D. - TURGENEV, IVAN. SMOKE. NEW YORK, 1951. - PUSHKIN, ALEXANDER. THE POEMS, PROSE AND PLAYS OF ALEXANDER PUSHKIN. NEW YORK, 1936.
Estimate: $600 - $800 / Sold: $3,680
Non illustré / Not illustrated


Lot 563: SCIENCE x 12
RUSSELL, BERTRAND. OUR KNOWLEDGE OF THE EXTERNAL WORLD. NEW YORK, 1956. RUSSELL, BERTRAND. COMMON SENSE AND NUCLEAR WARFARE. NEW YORK, 1959. - EINSTEIN, ALBERT. OUT OF MY LATER YEARS. NEW YORK, 1950. - LAURENCE, WILLIAM. MEN AND ATOMS. NEW YORK, 1959. - MUNRO, DANIEL COLIN. MAN ALIVE. NEW YORK, 1948. - MALTZ, MAXWELL. DOCTOR PYGMALION. NEW YORK, 1958. - TANNENBAUM, R.F. (ED.) PANORAMA. A NEW REVIEW. NEW YORK, 1957. - BEARD, REBECCA. EVERYMAN'S SEARCH NEW YORK YORK, 1950. - SHAPELY, HARLOW. OF STARS AND MEN. BOSTON, 1959. - LANG, DANIELFROM HIROSHIMA TO THE MOON NEW YORK, 1959. - OPPENHEIMER, J. ROBERT. THE OPEN MIND. NEW YORK, 1955. - WERSHUB, LEONARD PAUL. SEXUAL IMPOTENCE IN THE MALE. SPRINGFIELD, 1959.
Estimate: $800 - $1,200 / Sold: $3,680
Non illustré / Not illustrated


Lot 564: SCRIPTS AND READINGS x 5
JEFFERS, ROBINSON. MEDEA. NEW YORK, 1948. - ANOUILH, JEAN. ANTIGONE NEW YORK, 1947. - VAN DRUTEN, JOHN. BELL, BOOK AND CANDLE NEW YORK, 1951. - BOOTHE, CLARE. THE WOMEN. NEW YORK, 1937. - ANDERSON, MAXWELL. JEAN OF LORRAINE. WASHINGTON, D.C., 1947.
Estimate: $800 - $1,200 / Sold: $2,530
Non illustré / Not illustrated


 Lot 565: TRAVEL 11 BOOKS ON TRAVEL RELATED TOPICS, INCLUDING WORKS BY LEE, C.Y. -- CORBETT, JIM -- BOUSSARD, JACQUES AND OTHERS. (x 11)
Estimate: $300 - $500 / Sold: $3,680
Non illustré / Not illustrated


Divers Documents Papiers
Various Papers Documents


Lot 566: WOMEN ARTHURS
6 VARIOUS WORKS BY THE FOLLOWING AUTHORS PARKER, DOROTHY -- CATHER, WILLA -- COLETTE, SIDONIE GABRIELLE AND OTHERS. 
Estimate: $400 - $600 / Sold: $10,925
Non illustré / Not illustrated


Lot 568: A GROUP OF MAGAZINES
TWELVE MAGAZINES FEATURING ARTICLES ON MARILYN MONROE TOGETHER WITH A PLAYBILL AND OTHER MAGAZINES. (13)
Estimate: $200 - $400 / Sold: $10,925
Non illustré / Not illustrated


Lot 569: PERSONAL STATIONERY
APPROXIMATELY 40 SHEETS OF CREAM-COLORED NOTEPAPER, EMBOSSED 'MARILYN MONROE'; APPROXIMATELY 25 MATCHING ENVELOPES WITH 'MARILYN MONROE' EMBOSSED ON FLAP; 8 SMALL TIFFANY & CO. ENVELOPES. 
Estimate: $800 - $1,200 / Sold: $5,750
Non illustré / Not illustrated


Lot 570: MARILYN MONROE PRODUCTIONS
APPROXIMATELY 20 LARGER SHEETS OF WHITE 'MARILYN MONROE PRODUCTIONS, INC.' HEADED NOTEPAPER, WITH A NEW YORK, EAST 57TH STREET ADDRESS; APPROXIMATELY 95 MATCHING ENVELOPES.
Estimate: $800 - $1,200 / Sold: $3,220
Non illustré / Not illustrated


Lot 571: MARILYN MONROE PRODUCTIONS
APPROXIMATELY 20 LARGER SHEETS OF WHITE 'MARILYN MONROE PRODUCTIONS, INC.' HEADED NOTEPAPER, WITH A NEW YORK, EAST 57TH STREET ADDRESS; APPROXIMATELY 95 MATCHING ENVELOPES.
Estimate: $800 - $1,200 / Sold: $2,530
Non illustré / Not illustrated


Lot 573: WRITING CASE
LARGE TAN LEATHER WRITING CASE, WITH GILT INITIALS 'M.M.' IN FRONT LOWER RIGHT CORNER, ZIPPER CLOSURE, GILT-LETTERED POCKETS INSIDE FOR 'ANSWERED' AND 'UNANSWERED' LETTERS. CONTAINS 5 SHEETS OF CREAM-COLORED NOTEPAPER, EMBOSSED 'MARILYN MONROE', SMALL TAN LEATHER BOUND ADDRESS BOOK AND MEMO BOOK (BOTH BLANK), SMALL CARD PERPETUAL CALENDAR, AND SMALL KEY.
Estimate: $800 - $1,200 / Sold: $21,850
Non illustré / Not illustrated


Lot 574: SHEET MUSIC
A GROUP OF SIX PIECES OF SHEET MUSIC.
Estimate: $800 - $1,200 / Sold: $5,175
Non illustré / Not illustrated


Lot 575: SHEET MUSIC
SHEET MUSIC FOR "MARILYN", BY ERVIN DRAKE AND JIMMY SHIRL, AS RECORDED BY RAY ANTHONY AND HIS ORCHESTRA ON CAPITAL RECORDS. INSPIRED BY MARILYN MONROE.
Estimate: $500 - $700 / Sold: $6,950
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Lot 576: SHEET MUSIC
A GROUP OF MANUSCRIPT LEAD SHEETS FOR VARIOUS SONGS.
Estimate: $700 - $1,000 / Sold: $5,750
Non illustré / Not illustrated


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