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Garbo, Greta, Swedish film actress and an international star and icon during Hollywood's silent and classic periods (1905-1990).

Published by Culver City [post stamp], 18. IV. 1927. (1927)

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From: Kotte Autographs GmbH (Roßhaupten, Germany)

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About this Item: Culver City [post stamp], 18. IV. 1927., 1927. 4to. 4 pp. With autograph envelope (stamp partially removed). Greta Garbo s letter to fellow actress and friend, Mimi Pollak at the Blanche Teatern in Stockholm about Anna Karenina and a present for her friend John Gilbert: [ ]I am now working on a film, Anna Karenina but it is not a good director so I ll probably follow suit. I am busy from morning till night. Mimosa forgive me for I am about to ask you for something. I know it is not fun to run around for others and find things. But you have good taste and your are the only one I can ask. Forgive me once more before I ask. Would you get one of those Swedish aquavit bottles. You know with the heart and flowers and 12 matching glasses. And something else. You know those peasant tapestries in all colors. I d like two with a dark batten. [ ] I have often so often wondered about Sven recently. How is he now. Give him a hug from me and your little father and mother. I long so to be able to come again, but the old house has been torn down. I long for it with it s own special smell. [ ] Now I am going down to work. Everyone is waiting and when I come down the bastards will say, ,Ready for you Miss Garbo [in English] Darling Mimosa don t forget me. Gurra [ ]" - Anna Karenina was directed by Edmund Goulding. The gift was actually for John Gilbert according to Mimi Pollak s handwritten note on the envelope. Garbo obviously had some sort of social life or she wouldn t be asking for a set of 12 drinking glasses. Full English translation available. - Some tears to folds. Seller Inventory # 60349

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