It is from the Personal collection of late costumer and wardrobe man Kent Warner. He is best known for liberating the ruby slippers from the 1970 MGM Costume and Prop Sale. The winner of this sweater will receive a typed letter signed in ink on typewriter paper stating how he worked in the industry and met and became close friends with Natalie who gave him personal items to add to his collection.
This is a beautiful & rare item from an Acting Legend! Don't miss out on it. (March 8, 1943 April 25, 1984, age: 41 years) was a costume designer, best known for acquiring the ruby slippers from the film. He is known to have found four pairs used in the film, (of five pairs that have surfaced). These ruby slippers were later stolen from the JG Museum near Garland's birthplace in Minnesota.
Sometime between August 2728, 2005. Speculation persists that it was an inside job as the alarms did not sound. The item "Natalie Wood Personally Owned & Worn 1970's Sequined Evening Purse from Costumer" is in sale since Monday, November 2, 2020. This item is in the category "Entertainment Memorabilia\Movie Memorabilia\Wardrobe\Originals". The seller is "oldasdirt1926" and is located in Kendall Park, New Jersey.This item can be shipped worldwide.