Rare Early Charlie Chaplin Poster from 1913 will Headline A Live Online Auction
Slated for This Sunday, March 14th
The catalog is packed with fine art, jewelry, antiques, furniture and Hollywood memorabilia. Overall, 633
lots are scheduled to come up for bid, starting at 12 o’clock noon Pacific time.
Fullerton, CA, USA, March 12, 2021 -- One of the earliest and rarest Charlie Chaplin posters to ever come to
market, a collection of paintings by Burt Procter (Calif./N.Y., 1901-1980), and a beautiful Art Deco 18kt white
gold multi-diamond antique engagement ring are just a few of the expected highlights in a live online
auction slated for this Sunday, March 14th, at 12 noon Pacific time, by Appraisal & Estate Sale Specialists, Inc.
Overall, 633 lots are scheduled to come up for bid.
Internet bidding will be facilitated by LiveAuctioneers.com. Bidders can click and bid now,
at https://www.liveauctioneers.com/catalog/194719_fine-art-jewelry-antiques-hollywood-items/. The catalog is
packed with fine art, jewelry, antiques, furniture and Hollywood memorabilia. Lots 119-551 are from a single-
owner antique dealer estate, while the more than 100 lots of Hollywood memorabilia, spotlighting dozens of
stars from stage and screen, start at lot 516.
“This auction features something for everyone,” said Dan Wilson, co-owner of Appraisal & Estate Sale
Specialists, Inc., along with Suki Hilger. “Items include a gorgeous Waterford six-arm chandelier, a Chinese
plique a jour vase set, a beautiful set of Alaskan gold nugget jewelry, a French bracket clock and matching
pedestal, antique and Victorian furniture, Depression glass, Chinese cloisonné and a stunning KPM Mary and
Baby Jesus plaque.”
The Charlie Chaplin poster, however, is the auction’s expected headliner. Produced in 1913, when Chaplin
was still a vaudeville performer and aspiring comedian, the 42 inch long by 14 inch wide broadside advertises
Fred Karno’s London Comedy Company and a show called “The Wow Wows”, starring Chaplin and other
comedy performers. Th