Judy Garland, Stan Laurel and other 'Golden era' icons star in autographs sale
Autographs by Hollywood's best-loved icons will feature in this memorabilia, music and books sale
Stars of music, art, the stage and silver screen will be brought together in National Book Auctions' September 19 sale.
The auction promises a fine collection, including books, photographs and ephemera - much of which is signed by stars of the Golden Age of cinema.
Also included will be a fine selection of antique and vintage books, alongside an assortment of collectible artwork.
Wizard of Oz star Judy Garland (pictured bottom left) will be among
the 'Golden age of cinema' autographs featured in the sale
The stage and screen collection includes signed pieces from Laurel & Hardy, Paul Newman, Judy Garland, Katharine Hepburn, Mae West, Dean Martin, Lauren Bacall, Charlie Chaplin and Bob Hope, among others.
Meanwhile, the Collectible books on offer include signed pieces by Robert Frost and Martin Tupper.
Going under the hammer alongside them is a collection of Jack London first editions, and signed first edition pieces from "Eloise."
Also featured are two antique volumes bearing lengthy inscriptions by the suffragette Elizabeth Cady Stanton, alongside ornithological and botanical works.
Watch this space for more news on the sale.
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