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ORIGINAL Vintage Authentically Signed autographs and photos

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Stunning RARE vintage Bela Lugosi signed image in striking tuxedo pose. Signed "To Marie Sincerely Bela Lugosi". A real beauty!  Some age spots on photo do NOT detract or affect signature at all.

Comes with Lifetime Guarantee of Authenticity from Conway's Autographs. Also, comes with provenance from reputable, long time Lugosi & Karloff expert and collector.

 

Bela Lugosi - "Dracula"

The year Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein is released, Lugosi signs an autograph in Salt Lake City

Comes with THREE COA's from PSA, R&R and Conway's - Guaranteed for Life.  Exceptional RARE Inscription and dated. 

Fountain pen signature and inscription, “To Arthur L. Howard, best wishes, Béla Lugosi, Salt Lake City, May 21, 1948,” on a white 5 x 3 page. In fine condition, with punch holes to left edge, two small areas of adhesive residue at the edges, the collector’s typed notations identifying Lugosi as “Frankenstein Monster of the screen.” COA PSA/DNA and R&R COA.

 

 

Lon Chaney Jr - "The Wolfman"

Comes with THREE COA's from PSA, R&R and Conway's - Guaranteed for Life.  Exceptional RARE Inscription and dated. 

The only actor to have portrayed all four of the classic movie monsters: The Wolf Man, The Ghost of Frankenstein (The Frankenstein Monster), The Mummy's Tomb (Kharis, the mummy) and Son of Dracula (Count Anthony Alucard, Dracula's son). Vintage fountain pen signature and inscription, “Salt Lake 1/14/49, Luck to Art Howard, Lon Chaney, Born Yesterday,” on a white 5 x 3 page, with the distinctive “L” in “Luck” and “Lon” as one. In fine condition, with punch holes to left edge and a couple of small areas of adhesive residue at edges. COA PSA/DNA and R&R COA.

 

 

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Beautiful Boris Karloff vintage signed 5x7" photo. Signed "Sincerely Boris Karloff".  Both of these stunning autographs are heavily forged on the internet such as eBay.  Here is a chance to own absolutely 100% GUARANTEED Authentic signed vintage photos of these two Horror legends!!   Excellent condition.

Comes with Lifetime Guarantee of Authenticity from Conway's Autographs. Also, comes with provenance from reputable, long time Lugosi and Karloff expert and collector.

 

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Boris Karloff - Stunning Vintage Signed photo

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Vintage matte-finish 5 x 7 photo of Karloff in a suit and tie, signed in fountain pen. A few light creases to edge or background and some scattered light silvering, otherwise fine condition. R&R COA.

 

Original 5x7" photo, vintage signed and inscribed in fountain pen by legendary horror actor Boris Karloff. Photo is attached with tape on the back to an 8x10" cardboard frame. Photo shows some cracking. Comes with the original envelope, postmarked 1950, also in Karloff's own hand.   Exceptional piece!

Karloff was Hollywood's most successful boogeyman, an actor whose menacing mien scared the heck out of several generations of film fans. The son of a family of British diplomats, he eschewed foreign-service work in favor of acting, emigrating to Canada and eventually touring with small companies all over North America. He made his screen debut as an extra in "The Dumb Girl of Portici" (1916), but didn't approach film work in earnest until 1919, when he appeared with Douglas Fairbanks in "His Majesty, The American." Having resigned himself to work as a character actor, Karloff was more than happy to assume a role originally offered to "Dracula" star Bela Lugosi, who refused it on the ground that he would be unrecognizable under heavy makeup in a part with no dialogue -Karloff played the lumbering monster in "Frankenstein" (1931), a physically demanding assignment that made him a star. Considered a late bloomer in Hollywood, "Frankenstein" premiered when he was 44 years old. Interestingly, he narrated TV's "How The Grinch Stole Christmas!" (1966), and was the original inspiration for the first illustrations of the Incredible Hulk. Karloff died in 1969.

We have never acquired a Karloff autograph of this caliber, with the Original mailing envelop all handwritten in his own hand!  In the days of massive internet auction site forgeries , here is a chance to own the genuine Karloff signed photo with great provenance!

As always, Guaranteed Authentic for Life.

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1946 - Boris Karloff - ORIGINAL Signed Contract.  Here is a very rare vintage signed contract allowing General Electric use Boris Karloff's name for bulb commercials and advertisements so long as it includes promotion for Karloff's new feature movie "The Secret Life of Walter Mitty".  A real choice and rare vintage treasure for any vintage Hollywood