Framed and under glass are two colored newspaper advertisements for Roy Rogers movies. Apache Rose from 1947 in which Trigger got billing over Dale Evans and the Sons of the Pioneers. The Gay Ranchero, 1948, depicting Roy Rogers throwing a punch at a bad guy. Andy Devine is also pictured, although Trigger was billed ahead of him. 8.75 x 10.75 inches each. Frames are black plastic. There are also two black & white studio portraits of Roy. One of him sitting atop a fence featuring his gun, fancy boots, and spurs. 8.75 x 10.75 inches. The second studio portrait is larger at 11.75 x 14.75 inches. It is a head & shoulders shot. There is a tagline in the lower right corner stating it is an authorized edition Roy Rogers Enterprises 1991 Paragon Publications. Both are framed in black plastic frames with glass. The last item in this lot is a sepia tone print showing Roy eating beans directly out of the can (Van Kamps). He is wearing a star badge and his famous. Gun. This wood framed print does not have a protective glass. 12 1/4 x 15 1/4 inches. Roy Rogers was certainly a handsome man who was well loved by millions of fans. The advertisements printed on fragile newsprint are the real gems of this lot. They survive in superb condition as do all the items. This lot was an "add-on" at an auction and I just could not discard them, so I am offering them at a very low price.
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