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Roy Rogers

Dale Evans

Nice black ink signatures of the Western film and television icons, archivally framed

Roy Rogers, born Leonard Franklin Slye, 1911–1998, and Dale Evans, born Lucille Wood Smith (changed in infancy to Frances Octavia Smith), 1912–2001.  American Western film stars and singers.  Signatures, Roy Rogers and Dale Evans, on a 3” x 5” card.  Framed.

These very fine condition black ballpoint signatures of Rogers, the “King of the Cowboys,” and Evans are archivally framed with a publicity portrait of the two with Rogers’s famous palomino horse, Trigger. 

Rogers was one of the most popular Western film stars of his era.  He met Dale Evans in 1944, when she was cast in the film Home in Oklahoma, which starred Rogers and Trigger.  After Rogers’s wife Arline died of complications following the birth of Roy, Jr., in 1946, Rogers and Evans fell in love and were married on New Year’s Eve in 1947 at the Flying L Ranch, where Home In Oklahoma had been filmed.  They were married more than 50 years, until Rogers died in 1998.

These signatures are in very fine condition.  A small rough spot on the back of the card from prior mounting, which cannot be seen in the framed piece, is the only thing that keeps us from grading them extra fine.  The signatures are matted in gold linen and are archivally framed in a Western-style rough wood frame.

14⅜” x 17¼”.



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