W. C. FIELDS Signed contract for purchase and delivery of a Phaeton automobile from a Cadillac dealership in Chicago (1916). Itemized bill for the "fully loaded" luxury car includes a credit for trade-in of his 1915 Pathfinder. Document signed: "W. C. Fields/Sherman Hotel", 1 page, 8½x11. Chicago, 1916 December 29. Also signed "H. M. McCord" as Sales Manager. Signed order form for one Type 55 Phaeton, with the following extra equipment: 1 Bumper ($10), 1 Spotlight ($5), Royal Cord tires all around ($70), 2 extra Royal Cord tires ($101.27), 2 extra Tubes ($12.73), 1 extra Rim ($7.25). Total price = $2,471.25. The order is contingent on the satisfactory sale of Fields' 1915 Pathfinder touring car, provided by him in partial payment. Two filing holes at left edge. Lightly toned and soiled at edges. "Duplicate" stamp at upper right corner. Upper left corner has small staple holes and is lightly creased. Horizontal mailing folds. Otherwise, fine condition. Accompanied by typed letter (1 page, 8½x11) to Fields from H. M. McCord, dated 1917 January 3, informing him that the Pathfinder has been sold, for a $400 credit toward his purchase price, and assuring him of good service on his new Phaeton. Lightly toned. Horizontal mailing folds. read more...
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A beautiful white felt Stetson with rhinestone hatband from Nudie's Rodeo Tailors owned by the singing cowboy, accompanied by a letter of provenance from Nudie's granddaughter telling of Allen's ownership of the hat and his close friendship with Nudie Cohn. Extremely rare! read more...
Sale Price $4,160.00
REDD FOXX'S TRADEMARK BERET CAP REDD FOXX. Black beret cap owned and worn by Redd Foxx. "Kangol" and a kangaroo stamped on the back. Jacques Henry Sergene began his hat company in 1930, when he started to brand his berets "Kangol". It is said that he took the "K" from Knitting or Knitted, the "ANG" from angora and the "OL" from wool. Fine condition. read more...
Sale Price $1,360.00
JAY LENO A black baseball cap from The Tonight Show with Jay Leno signed by it's popular host Hat signed: "[drawn smiley face]JL", in silver felt tip. The Tonight Show with Jay Leno black baseball cap. In 1992, former standup read more...
Sale Price $119.00
JOHN WAYNE The last cowboy hat he wore on the screen Ephemera unsigned. Tan American Eagle Outfitters "Resistol 'Self-Comforting" cowboy hat, approximately 7½-size. Heavy string hatband with tassels. Stagecoach label embossed on inside band. read more...
Sale Price $16,200.00