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By CHASE, Lucia (1907-86)

One of the legends of modern dance, principal dancer of the American Ballet Theatre from 1940 to 1960, also a co-director from 1945 to 1980. Signature and "American Ballet Theatre," heavy stock 5" X 3" card, Chicago, IL, 1969 April 20. Fine. With original envelope. Scarce.

$50.00

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By RUUD, Tomm C. (1944-94)

This AIDS victim was principal dancer with the San Francisco Ballet, later a choreographer. Large bold signature in blue ballpoint, heavy stock 5" X 3" card, n.p., 1982 May 18. Fine. With original envelope.

$20.00

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By RAMBERT, Marie (1888-1982)

Polish-born English ballet dancer, choreographer and teacher; her Ballet Rambert established her as a major influence in British ballet. Handsome old-age signature, dated 1975 July 8), on a special heavy stock 5" X 3" card, n.p. [Kensington, England]. Fine. With original envelope. Scarce.

$40.00

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By BORIS, Ruthana (1918-2007)

Among many accomplishments, this reknowned ballet dancer was the first American to land starring roles in the Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo (1942-50); she was also a choreographer of note. Handsome signature in black fineline, heavy stock 5" X 3" card, n.p., 1982 March 20. Fine. With original envelope. A quite nice example.

$20.00

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By ARMOUR, Thomas S. (1908-2006)

This classical ballet dancer was principal soloist with the Nijinsky Company, Leonid Masssine's Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo and other noted companies; in 1951 he founded the Miami Ballet. Handsome full signature in blue ballpoint, heavy stock 5" X 3" card, n.p., 1980 September 3. Fine. With original envelope. A great example.

$20.00

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By SOMES, Michael (1917-94)

This English dancer was principal dancer with the Royal Ballet and long-time partner of that company's chief ballerina, Margot Fonteyn. Bold signature in blue ballpoint, heavy stock 5" X 3" card, n.p., 1967 May 22. Fine. With original envelope.

$30.00

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By DOUGLAS, Scott (1926-96)

Lead dancer with the American Ballet Theatre in the 1950s and '60s, later ballet master with various companies and a noted choreographer. Handsome bold signature in black fineline, heavy stock 5" X 3" card, n.p., 1968 April 30. Fine. With original envelope.

$25.00

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By BURGE, Gregg (1957-98)

This dancer and choreographer, who died young of a brain tumor, was an MTV Choreographer of the Year nominee for the Michael Jackson music video "Bad." Bold signature in blue ballpoint, heavy stock 5" X 3" card, n.p., 1981 May 1. Fine. With original envelope. A choice example.

$20.00

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By JASINSKI, Roman (1908-91)

This early Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo dancer later directed the Tulsa Civic Ballet. Handsome signature, heavy stock 5" X 3" card, n.p., 1970 March 16. Fine. With original envelope.

$35.00

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By KRIZE, John (?-1975)

Principal dancer with the American Ballet Theatre. Large bold signature, heavy stock 5" X 3" card, n.p., 1967 May 24. Fine. With original envelope.

$45.00

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By GENNARO, Peter (1919-2000)

This Broadway dancer and choreographer collaborated with Jerome Robbins on "West Side Story." Bold signature in blue ballpoint, heavy stock 5" X 3" card, n.p., 1967 May 10. Fine. With original envelope. Nice example.

$20.00

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By BISSELL, Patrick (1957-87)

The principal dancer of the American Ballet Theatre in New York died from drug overdose at age thirty. Uncommon large signature, heavy stock 5" X 3" card, n.p., 1984 May 4. Fine. With original envelope. Quite uncommon.

$75.00

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By LAMONT, Deni (1932-91)

Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo dancer of the 1950s, later with the New York City Ballet. Large signature in blue ballpoint, heavy stock 5" X 3" card, n.p., 1970 August 25. Fine. With original envelope. Very nice example.

$20.00

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By TUDOR, Antony (1908-87)

English ballet dancer long associated with the American Ballet Theatre -- a towering figure among 20th century choreographers. Bold signature in black ballpoint, heavy stock 5" X 3" card, n.p., 1977 June 27. Fine. With original envelope.

$45.00

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By GRECO, Jose (1918-2000)

The founder of the Jose Greco Spanish Dance Company was actually born in Italy and raised in Brooklyn; he debuted in Carmen in 1937, but became a household name by popularizing flamenco and Spanish dancing in the 1950s. Huge, bold signature, heavy stock 5"X 3" card, n.p., n.d. [1971 November 16]. Near fine. With original envelope.

$25.00

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By NEBRADA, Vicente (1930-2002)

This Venezuelan Dancer and choreographer co-founded the Harkness Ballet and also helped found the International Ballet of Caracas. Bold signature in blue ballpoint, heavy stock 5" X 3" card, n.p., 1979 December 12. Fine. With original envelope. Uncommon.

$20.00

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By CLAUSS, Heinz (1935-2008)

This Stuttgart Ballet dancer later served as director of the John Cranko Ballet School. Bold signature in blue ballpoint, heavy stock 5" X 3" card, n.p., 1977 September 16. Fine. With original envelope. Interesting example.

$20.00

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By NIKOLAIS, Alwin (1912-93)

American choreographer who founded the Alwin Nikolais Dance Company; he is most famous for composing the electronic ballet score for Monettiís opera "Help! Help! the Globolinks" portraying extraterrestrial creatures. Bold signature, heavy stock 5" X 3" card, n.p., 1982 November 13. Fine. With original envelope.

$40.00

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By DANILOVA, Alexandra (1904-97)

The Russian-born dancer starred with Diaghilev from 1924 until his death in 1929 and with the Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo from 1938 to 1952; she created many a role in the debut of Balanchine and Massine ballets, and is best remembered for her roles in Le Beau Danube and Swan Lake; later she choreographed and taught for the School of American Ballet. Big, bold signature, heavy stock 5" X 3" card, n.p., 1970 March 20. Fine. With original envelope. A choice example.

$35.00

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By GLADKE, Peter (1922-96)

This ballet dancer appeared with the American Ballet Theatre in the 1940s as well as on Broadway, in films and on television; later a noted choreographer. ANS ("Peter"), 1p, 8½" X 3½", n.p., n.d. [1982 April 14]. Newar fine. On the blank verso of an admirer's typed note to him, Gladke chats graciously. In part: "I go back many years & it's always nice to be asked. My last performance was 'Ballroom' Michael Bennett choreographed & staged it. I'm teaching now -- Not too many of us left...." Interesting and unusual.

$30.00

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