1962 Marilyn Monroe Original Photo George Barris Signed Stamped France Beach

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1962 Marilyn Monroe Original Photo George Barris Signed Stamped France Beach
1962 Marilyn Monroe Original Photo George Barris Signed Stamped France Beach
1962 Marilyn Monroe Original Photo George Barris Signed Stamped France Beach
1962 Marilyn Monroe Original Photo George Barris Signed Stamped France Beach
1962 Marilyn Monroe Original Photo George Barris Signed Stamped France Beach
1962 Marilyn Monroe Original Photo George Barris Signed Stamped France Beach
1962 Marilyn Monroe Original Photo George Barris Signed Stamped France Beach

1962 Marilyn Monroe Original Photo George Barris Signed Stamped France Beach
Please note: photo is not mounted or attached to anything I photograph all my items on top of a black archival box. Produced from the original negative or transparency in the 60’s. George Barris’ rare France stamp on back. Live signed by George. And another stamp on back. Here Marilyn is in a beautiful pose looking absolutely gorgeous. Rare shot-One of the “last photos” ever to be taken of the young starlet. “Getting (Monroe) items is becoming more and more difficult, ” said Darren Julien… The supply’s less and less, but demand’s more and more because you have people in Asia and Russia and all over the world that are collecting pop culture – especially Marilyn Monroe. Darren Julien of Julien’s Auctions. If you like, follow me for more rare original Marilyn Monroe photos you may be interested in, I will be listing my entire collection. Taken shortly before Marilyn’s passing in June of 1962. Barris went shopping for Marilyn before this shooting and is quoted in his book as saying On my shopping spree for Marilyn, I went to two of her favorite stores, Jax on Wilshire Boulevard in Beverly Hills, and Saks Fifth Avenue. At Jax I bought her some beautiful slacks and decorative Emilio Pucci sport shirts. When Marilyn & Barris got to Tim’s house, Barris introduced him and his maid, Louise, to Marilyn. Louise became so nervous when Marilyn shook her hand that she fluttered and stuttered, saying, Is that really you? No one will believe me when I say I met and shook hands with Marilyn Monroe. I can hardly believe it myself. Is that really you? ” Marilyn, laughing, replied, “Sometimes I can hardly believe it, too.
1962 Marilyn Monroe Original Photo George Barris Signed Stamped France Beach

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