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LOVING Film Package: Framed Print from Real-Life Civil Rights Icons Richard and Mildred Loving’s Life Magazine Shoot by Grey Villet, Props from the Set and a Signed Poster

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Bid now on this LOVING film package!

This package includes:

  • A framed photo print (11"x14" black and white digital reproduction from the original 1965 negative) of real-life civil rights icons Richard and Mildred Loving’s Life Magazine shoot by celebrated photographer Grey Villet – donated by the Grey Villet estate
  • Re-creation of the Loving’s Life Magazine spread used on the set of the film (film prop)
  • Re-creation of the Loving’s marriage certificate used on the set of the film (film prop)
  • LOVING poster signed by writer/director Jeff Nichols and actor Joel Egerton 

The WE STAND FOR LOVE fundraising initiative is a rolling auction that runs through February 28th to encompass both Valentine’s Day and Black History Month. New items will be added throughout the auction run period. Updates will be posted on #WeStandforLove and #ThisisLOVING across social media channels, and on the auction website.

Please note that the ACLU of Southern California is a 501(c)4 organization and not all purchases are tax deductible. Please check with your accountant.

Donated by: LOVING
Additional lot details
  • Includes a certificate of authenticity.
  • Please note image 1 is a copy of the photo print.
  • In condition as donated.
  • Cannot be returned or exchanged.
  • Additional shipping charges may apply based upon the location of the winner.
Lot #1229713

LOVING Film Package: Framed Print from Real-Life Civil Rights Icons Richard and Mildred Loving’s Life Magazine Shoot by Grey Villet, Props from the Set and a Signed Poster

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