1/2 inch brown border that surrounds both displays. It's hard to see the brown border in the photos because of the frame, but they're there.
These were framed to display them in a home. Both displays are in fantastic shape. Both were made using tremendously LARGE photographic blowups, which makes these especially rare as an artifact, as it's virtually IMPOSSIBLE to find original 1930's photographic portraits as BIG as these - on any star, never mind such a great legend. It's unlikely there were many of these made, if there were even any more than these two produced in the first place!
I have a hunch these were the only two created. Otherwise, these would likely have been lithographed if a measurable quantity was needed. That's because the photographic process was MUCH more expecive than lithography, especially in this giant size. In display A, Harlow sports a Kragshire coat, and on the B display - a Kiki coat.
Obviously, these would serve well as a centerpiece addition to any advanced collection or otherwise. Below is the amazing filmography of Jean Harlow. As Swanky blonde in her first standout role with Laurel & Hardy in their classic short.
1930 - Hell's Angels... As Helen directed by Howard Hughes. As "Extra" in restaurant scene in the Charlie Chaplin masterpiece. 1931 - The Secret Six... 1931 - The Public Enemy...
As Gwen Allen with James Cagney. As Anne Schuyler directed by Frank Capra.1932 - Three Wise Girls... As Cassie Barnes in her fist starring lead role. 1932 - The Beast of the City...
As Daisy Stevens, aka Mildred Beaumont in this early Film Noir classic. As Blonde at Paradise Club in this early Howard Hawks controversial gangster film. As Lillian "Lil" / "Red" Andrews Legendre. As Vantine starring with Clark Gable.1933 - Hold Your Man... As Ruby Adams with Clark Gable. 1933 - Dinner at Eight... As Kitty Packard directed by George Cukor. As Lola Burns directed by Victor Fleming. 1934 - The Girl from Missouri... As Mona Leslie with William Powell directed by Victor Fleming - David O. As Dolly "China Doll" Portland in another vehicle with Clark Gable.
As Hattie with Spencer Tracy. As Helen "Whitey" Wilson with Clark Gable directed by Clarence Brown. As Suzy with Cary Grant.As Gladys Benton with MGM legends William Powell, Myrna Loy, and Spencer Tracy. As Carol Clayton with Clark Gable in her final film. It can crash regardless of any decision you make and can even crash regardless of any decision made by the company related to the stock - Leaving you with a near worthless piece of paper that won't inspire anyone! The magnificence of art and historic documents have an inherent value that relates to civilization and society. These vintage store displays are definitely ECONOMY PROOF! If you're in the market for top quality original vintage movie posters or Star Wars, then please. 30 by 60 inches each. The item "JEAN HARLOW 1930's MGM LIFE-SIZED VINTAGE PHOTOS MOVIE POSTER STORE DISPLAYS" is in sale since Thursday, May 23, 2019. This item is in the category "DVDs, Films & TV\Film Memorabilia\Posters\Reproductions\Drama".
miniver" and is located in Pompton Plains, New Jersey. This item can be shipped worldwide.