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Lot 1745


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Description: CHARLES MANSONA unique artwork featuring Charles Manson, created by Manson follower SANDRA GOOD, in which Good pasted a 3" x 3" color photograph of Manson in prison blues holding a mop and bucket onto a 4" x 5" cardboard mount she had painted in various colors and signed "Blue" in gold paint. Manson assigned Good the moniker "Blue" before the notorious 1969 Tate/La Bianca murders because of her blue eyes. Good, who did not participate in the murders, spent ten years in prison for threatening corporate executives on behalf of Manson's environmental stance, and then moved to California to be closer to the imprisoned Manson. Along with a holograph transmittal envelope Manson used to send this souvenir to a friend in North Carolina named "Juss", not signed, canceled at Eureka, CA on December 10, 1997. Two pieces, very good.

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