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Marilyn Monroe Original Vintage 20th Century Fox Photo 1958

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Marilyn Monroe
Incredible TYPE I Original Vintage 20th Century Fox Photo  (8x10")


MARILYN MONROE Stunning still 1958 Gorgeous Close Up, sexy smiling portrait in pearls!

Although We have acquired a number of original vintage Marilyn Monroe photos over the past 40 years, this is one of the most breath-taking to date.
  The detail, clarity and striking smiling pose is amazing, and with the added touch of a vintage sepia tone makes this a museum quality photo !   
Note: This stunning photo has a slight attractive vintage sepia tone to it that doesnt show up in the digital images. 

This 20th Century Fox studio Type I photo was taken in the mid 1950s in her late 20s early 30s when her beauty was flawless!  It has a date stamp on the back May 5, 1958, along with 20th Century Fox Studio stamps including her name and a "Marilyn Monroe 20th Century Fox Player". 

Condition: Excellent with a slight crease top left border, not affecting the image. 

* See enlargeable images above and below 

Marilyn Monroe is one of the greatest larger-than-life movie stars ever of the 1950s, and surely the greatest sex symbol of all time! She appeared in several memorable movies including: Some Like It Hot, The Prince & the Showgirl, All About Eve, The Asphalt Jungle, The Misfits, The Seven Year Itch, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, Monkey Business, and Niagara. The last film that she worked on was Something's Got To Give in 1962. 20th Century Fox blamed Marilyn for the production being behind schedule, and fired her in June (the film was never completed). In August, she was found dead in her home from an apparent drug overdose, and her death was ruled a suicide (though there are theories that foul play was involved, and even in 2020, many people do not feel it was an "accidental" death).

Note: Cvtreasures stamp not on original