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Auction History Result

9a272 FIGHTING FOR GOLD 8x10 LC '19 the latest, best, and most thrilling Tom Mix picture!

Date Sold 7/1/2014
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An Original Vintage Theatrical 8" x 10" [20 x 25 cm] Movie Lobby Card (Learn More)

Fighting for Gold, the 1919 Edward LeSaint (billed as "Edward J. LeSaint") silent romantic cowboy western ("The latest, best and most thrilling Tom Mix picture"; in this movie, Tom plays an English Duke who owns a gold mine in the western U.S., and he goes there to claim it, and men from an English Lord try to steal it from him, and after many complications, he gets the mine and also the girl he met in the West) starring Tom Mix, Teddy Sampson, Sid Jordan, Jack Nelson, Harry Lonsdale, Lucille Young, and Buck Jones (in an uncredited role as "Cowboy"; one of his earliest movie roles!)
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Important Added Info: Note that, in the early days of movie making, when lobby cards were first made (around 1915), studios would issue sets of the cards in two sizes; the regular 11" x 14" size, and a smaller 8" x 10" size. The cards were identical in every way except for the different size. This practice continued through the early 1920s, at which point the studios abandoned the smaller lobby cards, likely because theaters either ordered 11" x 14" lobby cards or 8" x 10" stills, and did not order enough of the 8" x 10" lobby cards to justify them continuing to make them.

Condition: very good. There are a few pinholes in each blank corner, but the card is otherwise in pretty nice condition!
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