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Original, vintage Life Magazine cover (featuring Stasia Kos) from June 1950.

Stasia Kos, whose far-flung adventures have carried her from Manchuria to Hollywood, has aquired a firm self-reliance in direct contrast to her dedicated beauty. She has worked as a typist, seamstress, amateur nurse and fashion model. Unmarried, she was she prefers "men over 30 ... who are interesting." Stasia likes to do oil pointings and shows a real talent for sculpture which she developed as a shy little girl in a Manchurian Catholic convent, where her favorite pastime was carving tiny figures of the Virgin Mary and Jesus with a needle out of a peice of ordinary blackboard chalk.

This (like all our artwork) is ORIGINAL. It is not a reprint or reproduction. It is full page and has NOT been modified or cropped.

FRAMED: Ready to hang on a wall, prop on a shelf, or store for collecting. Preserved in a sealed collectible-quality case (acrylic glass-style front providing UV protection, acid-free backboard, metallic edging, professionally packaged with tamper resistant seal, official certificate of authenticity with unique serial number and holographic image). Also includes a free package of 3M Command Strips (for optionally hanging on a wall).

UNFRAMED: Ready for you to frame. Great for DIY projects. You get the original print, an acid-free backboard, and an official certificate of authenticity with unique serial number sticker (for optionally placing on the reverse of your project).

Width: 10 1/4 inches
Height: 14 inches

NOTE: Quantities are limited. We may only come across one like this and never find another again.

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