Shirley Temple Screen-Worn Coat From 1938 Film ''Just Around the Corner''

Shirley Temple beautiful screen-worn coat from ''Just Around the Corner'', a musical comedy released in 1938. Costumer Gwen Wakeling chose blue boucle wool for this coat, made in a faux double-breasted style with self-covered buttons and rear pleating. Finely crafted coat features a blue silk lining and silk faille cuff and collar comprising cream and navy stripes. A tag within bears the studio production number 14714. Temple appears wearing the coat early in the movie when she discovers she must live in a basement. Accompanied by a pair of vintage 8'' x 10'' photographs of Temple wearing the coat; she poses in one with other stars of the film, and in the other as Grand Marshall of the 1939 Tournament of Roses Parade. Measures 14'' x 29.5''. Some discoloration to inside of collar and a faint stain or fade at the bottom, else near fine. With a COA signed by the Shirley Temple estate.

Price: $10,000
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Shirley Temple Screen-Worn Coat From 1938 Film ''Just Around the Corner''
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