Captain America: The First Avenger

Monkey Drawing & Letter

Stock #103854

”I could do this all day.”

A monkey drawing and letter from the production of Joe Johnston’s 2011 Marvel action-adventure film Captain America: The First Avenger.

Scrawny Steve Rogers (Chris Evans) is rejected for military service as the USA marches to war against Japan and Germany. Helped by Dr Abraham Erskine (Stanley Tucci), Rogers enlists as part of a “super soldier” experiment, becoming the famous Captain America and taking the war to the nefarious Red Skull (Hugo Weaving).

This drawing was created for the scene at the army camp when a despondent Captain America draws a picture of himself as a performing monkey. A majority of the illustration is printed onto the page, but there are actual pencil lines applied on top, most notably on the wheel and shield.

The page also features an illustration of Italy, as well as a train and ‘CAP’ between two flags. The page is accompanied by a handwritten letter of authentication from ‘Kate’, explaining the origins of the drawing and how she had to produce it in a very short space of time for the production.

The page has very minor wear from production use and has evidence of where it was removed from a book. The letter has been folded into quarters and has some minor smudging. Overall the pieces remain in an excellent condition.

Materials: Paper.

Item size - 8.07" x 11.22" x 0.04" (20.5cm x 28.5cm x 0.1cm)

Certificate of Authenticity This item comes with a Prop Store Certificate of Authenticity.

This item is on consignment and is sold under the margin scheme for collector's items; no VAT is due.
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