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  267. Marlene Dietrich’s personally owned dressing room plaque from the Queen’s Theater for her one-woman show Marlene Dietrich in London. (1964) Vintage original engraved brass name plaque with white enamel- filled lettering, that hung on Marlene Dietrich’s private dressing room during the run of her one- woman musical show. Produced and conducted by Burt Bacharach at Queens Theatre from Nov. 23rd to Dec. 12th of 1964. A recording of the show, made on the final night’s performance, was released in Dec. 1965.The plaque reads, “Marlene Dietrich, Queens Theatre, London 1964” and measures 4 x 3.75 in. Exhibiting some tarnishing and expected patina. In vintage very good condition. Provenance: from the estate of Marlene Dietrich. $2,000 - $3,000
268. Marlene Dietrich personal sunglasses by iconic French designer Ted Lapidus.(ca. 1960s)Vintage original Ted Lapidus brand sunglasses with crème color frames feature gilt accents around oversize lenses. Measuring 6 in. across.The famous French designer’s name appears on the interior of the right temple, with “France” on the left temple. Lapidus is known for popularizing blue jeans and unisex fashion, the latter being a trademark of Dietrich’s image. Exhibiting some rubbing to lettering on temples. In vintage very good to fine condition. From the estate of Marlene Dietrich. $1,000 - $1,500

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