Item ID:302222283141
Seller ID: emoviez
Listing Type: Fixed Price Item
List Date: 02/12/2017
End Date: 05/12/2020
Category: Pre-1940
Location: Medford, Oregon
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Larry semon silent movie oliver hardy the girl in the limousine film trade ad

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Here is an unique opportunity to personally own a piece of cinema history! This is a RARE & VINTAGE, 1920's silent screen film trade ad from my personal collection. This is NOT a reproduction copy or newer reprint. Please be aware that my digital image may differ slightly from the actual picture quality due to exposure/lighting/focus. The Girl In The Limousine (1924)Directors: Larry Semon, Noel M. Smith (as Noel Mason Smith)Writers: C. Graham Baker (as Graham Baker), Wilson Collison (play) Stars: Larry Semon, Claire Adams, Charles Murray, and Oliver Hardy (pictured in the center)Production Co: Chadwick Pictures Corporation The reverse side promotes a another First National attraction... Frank Borzage's "SECRETS"with Norma Talmadge Year of Origin: 1924 Approximate Size in Inches: 9 1/4 x 12 1/4" Movie Studios: First National Pictures Film Stars Pictured: Larry Semon, Oliver Hardy & Charles Murray Physical Condition: FINE Original 1920's motion picture, B&W full-page, double-sided trade ad with minor wear/aging. Please ask any and all questions prior to bidding/buying. I do NOT and will NOT sell copies, scans or jpegs of this or any item. All payment is due within 3 calendar days of the sale/auction close, with no exceptions. This will be shipped to you flat, safe, sturdy and secure. FREE Shipping and Handling within the USA will be via USPS Mail. We ship WorldWide! Multiple purchases can ship together for postage savings. Please check my cool ebay store click here -------------------------------------- Gradings:Mint: Flawless and unusedNear Mint: Very slightly used with almost no defects.Very Fine: Insignificant wear or defects.Fine: Minor wear or defects.Very Good: Generally used, with normal age wear, with moderate defects.Good: Heavily used but the overall eye appeal of the piece is intact.Fair: Heavy wear with defects.Poor: Major defects.

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