A suit worn by Gene Kelly in musical Singin' in the Rain's signature scene has sold for $106,250 at Heritage Auctions in Dallas.
It headlined the Entertainment and Music Memorabilia Signature Auction, achieving a 431.2% increase on a $20,000 estimate.
We felt the suit was significantly undervalued prior to the sale, due to its enormous significance as a piece of film history.
The suit, labelled "Metro-Goldwyn-May/Gene Kelly/No. 1546-8565", still displays the water marks from the iconic sequence that has become one of the most beloved scenes in film history.
The suit was bought for just $10 at an MGM Studios auction in 1970 by Gerald Sola, a retired postal-worker, who commented prior to the auction: "I took it off the rack and looked at it. I noticed right away that there were water stains in the jacket. I knew right away what it was from so I bought it."
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The sale also featured a signed copy of Please Please Me by the Beatles, which sold for $62,500.
First released in 1963 following the success of their first two singles, the album went straight to number one in the British charts where it remained for the next 30 weeks.
Around 75 fully signed copies of the record are known to exist, making it the most widely available example. We have this signed copy of A Hard Day's Night, which is significantly rarer - with only 8-10 examples known.
Recently a signed copy of the White Album made ?�114,000 ($186,500) at an auction in the UK.
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