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Marilyn Monroe Signed Bank Check

Marilyn Monroe Signed Bank Check

The sultry and ultimately tragic screen siren signed this check for $285.00 to a “Mrs. Jefferey” on July 13, 1953. It was during this frame of history that Monroe began her platinum-blonde look and became a celluloid superstar and pop culture idol, starring that year in two of her most successful films, "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes" and "How to Marry a Millionaire." The check, drawn on funds from the Laurel-Sunset branch of Bank of America in Hollywood, is signed in blue pen in stylish, swirling (dare we say sexy?) script, rating a strong 8.5-9/10. Check itself is EX.


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