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    Posted 12 years ago

    notitfortat
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    Printing stone for the 1924 Lon Chaney film 'He who gets slapped'. Got it at a garage sale for $10. I was told that about 20 people had looked at it, picked it up and then put it right back down since it was so heavy. I saw it, realized what it was and knew I couldn't live without it. I have no idea as to the value of it but I love owning things that are quite possibly one of a kind. Surely there can't be too many of these floating around out there.

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    1. VikingFan82 VikingFan82, 11 years ago
      worth way more than $10
    2. codydogg, 11 years ago
      I WOULD SAY ADD A FEW 00"-TO THAT $10-BUCKS!! FOR SURE! I do agree there cant be that many out there!! good find!!!!
    3. Dizzydave Dizzydave, 11 years ago
      Thats fairly Rare, Not many left from the day. I would say contact Niclolas Lowry, you may haver seen him on Antiques Roadshow on Posters. http://www.swanngalleries.com/contactUs.cgi
      Dave
    4. notitfortat, 11 years ago
      Actually I contacted someone at Swann Galleries a while back and was informed that they really don't appraise things like this. I'm sure Nicholas would would know though but whoever it was I spoke with couldn't tell me.

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