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A pair of vintage kitten photographs by renowned photographer Bradley R. Currey of Glendale, Calif., would feel right at home with any cat lover. These 1940s era photographs are encased in glass with the original cream colored frames. The kittens are white on a black background, which was Mr. Currey's signature style. On the lower right bottom corner of the photo is a copyright symbol and signed Currey.

Although the photos are encased inside the frame with paper covering the back they are loose and do rattle a bit when you shake the frame. Also, one of the tags has a small tear on it and some of the letters have worn off and the frames obviously have some age to them, but that just lends them that shabby chic vintage flavor that we all love.

Please visit the link below to see other vintage treasures in my toparis shop:

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Size:

5 1/2" W x 4 3/4" H

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- This item ships Parcel Post unless otherwise requested.

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Bradley R Currey Cat Photographs

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