New York pin-up, movie collection to be auctioned

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New York pin-up, movie collection to be auctioned

Ira Kramer, nephew of the original Movie Star News founder Irving Klaw, looks over movie posters packed for transport, at the shop in New York. Movie Star News, a New York institution since 1939, credited with creating the concept of pin-up art, has been shuttered.
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Stuart Scheinman, a partner in Las Vegas-based Premier Collectibles, looks at an original negative of actress Bette Davis in the files of Movie Star News in New York. Movie Star News, a New York institution since 1939 credited with creating the concept of pin-up art, has been shuttered.

New York pin-up, movie collection to be auctioned

Ira Kramer, nephew of the original Movie Star News founder Irving Klaw, looks over movie posters packed for transport, at the shop in New York. Movie Star News, a New York institution since 1939, credited with creating the concept of pin-up art, has been shuttered.
RICHARD DREW/Associated Press
Stuart Scheinman, a partner in Las Vegas-based Premier Collectibles, looks at an original negative of actress Bette Davis in the files of Movie Star News in New York. Movie Star News, a New York institution since 1939 credited with creating the concept of pin-up art, has been shuttered.
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