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Original Vincent Price Autographed Photo B&w 8" By 10" Lakewood Theater on 2040-motos

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Skowhegan, Maine, United States

Skowhegan, Maine, United States
Original Vincent Price Autographed Photo B&W 8" by 10" Lakewood Theater, image 1

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I am offering for a NO RESERVE auction this original 8" by 10" black and white autographed photo of Vincent Price the master of horror movies with the original addressed envelope to Lakewood Theater Skowhegan Maine. att: Mary Jane Rinfret longtime enployee of the theater, dated 1983. CONDITION: Excellent. Satisfaction is Guaranteed. Good Luck.

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