One could think of this as a retrospective on the lives of these artists with extensive commentary plus color & black & white photographs from an array of sources. Some of the plates are copies of paintings done by various artists.
Marilyn Monroe. Her roller-coaster life. Her deception – shrouded death. Her divided secret life. Her legion of lovers. Her intimacies with JFK and Bobby Kennedy.
Never before published in book form, 100 candid photographs of Marilyn Monroe taken at the height of her career. A Marilyn we have rarely seen – the complex, vulnerable woman behind the glamorous public persona.
Gathers portraits of Marilyn Monroe and reminiscences by her fans about Marilyn’s films and mystique
A very rare opportunity to own a genuine Marilyn Monroe autograph. Hand signed in black ink to the front of a early 1960’s re-issue of the famous 1954 Golden Dreams color calendar. This authentic Marilyn Monroe Autograph comes complete with a market leading unconditional 90-day money back guarantee, third party authentication and lifetime our COA. Worldwide shipping is available.
Marilyn Monroe Autopsy Report, a photocopy of the 17 pages from August 5th 1962. Overall good condition with minor creasing. Not missing pages or annotations. Measures 14″x8.5″
In 2007, Anna Strasberg – who manages Marilyn Monroe‘s estate – dropped two boxes of the icon’s personal papers. The boxes were found to contain everything from private letters to handwritten poems and diary notes, written on typewriter and in hand on hotel stationery, paper notes and in notebooks
Contrasts the amazing career achievements and fame of one of America’s most dazzling actresses to her strikingly different private life of loneliness and unfulfillment.
Photographs accompany quotes that express the movie star’s views on childhood, fame, sex, love, marriage, men, acting, stardom, and Hollywood.
Marilyn Monroe Leader Magazine April 13 1946 Presley Collectibles has recently secured a very good condition copy of the April
Marilyn Monroe Memorabilia available for sale. All our genuine hand signed and owned/worn Marilyn Monroe Memorabilia are backed by our market leading unconditional 90-day money back guarantee and a lifetime COA. Worldwide shipping is available on all products. Click on the individual products below to view more details:
Genuine Marilyn Monroe Owned and Used Black Vinyl Handbag complete with a market leading unconditional 90 day money back guarantee and lifetime COA. Worldwide shipping is available.
Marilyn Monroe Rare 1947 Dangerous Years Original Window Card complete with our market leading unconditional 90-day money back guarantee. Description:
Individually, these mint condition cards retail around £4 each, making the retail value of this set around £400. Rare complete set of trading cards in protective perspex box.
Legends of Hollywood stamp sheets – Marilyn Monroe 32 cents non-hinged 1996. Beautiful detailed Stamp Artwork and design. You’ll love this Hollywood Legend stamp sheet!
Marilyn Monroe Suicide or Murder: Very good read condition, no rips tears or missing pages. Minor creasing throughout. Conspiracy Theories abound in this account of Marilyn Monroe’s death.
A very good condition Tempo magazine dated August 31st 1953. Featuring Marilyn Monroe in a four page spread entitled “America’s Dream Romance”
A very good condition Tempo magazine dated November 1st 1955. Featuring Marilyn Monroe in New York with her photographer Carlysle
MARILYN MONROE – THE NUDE MARILYN PLAYBOY MAGAZINE. Containing lots of rare photos of Marilyn, including some of her last.
Rare Marilyn Monroe Issue of “Escapade” Magazine. One of the many gentleman’s magazines to hit the market in the 1950s,
A quad strand black diamond cut bead bracelet with silver metal accents, owned and worn by Marilyn Monroe. 7.5 inches
A double strand rhinestone bracelet owned by Marilyn Monroe. Size: 7 inches. In very good condition. Provenance: Supplied with a
In this sensitive, provocative portrait of Marilyn Monroe, Gloria Steinem reveals the woman behind the myth–the child Norma Jean–and the forces in America that shaped her into the fantasy and icon that has never died.
This book was the last photo shoot done of Marilyn Monroe before her tragic death. It captures her as playful, yet troubled. Bert Stern knew just how to capture the essence of Marilyn — a girl who never took a bad picture.