Superman

Set of Daily Planet Headed Stationery

Stock #34800

”Really, Lois, supposing that man had shot you? Is it worth risking your life over ten dollars, two credit cards, a hairbrush, and a lipstick?”

A set of headed stationery used in the production of the original Christopher Reeve movie Superman.

Sent to Earth from his home planet of Krypton, Kal-el (Christopher Reeve) is raised by humans and grows to become the honest and true Clark Kent, while also taking on the identity of Superman to protect the people of Earth.

This set of stationery was used in the offices of the newspaper the Daily Planet, where Clark goes to work in the city of Metropolis. Used as set dressing throughout the offices and incorporating the Daily Planet logo as well as their address, the set is comprised of a sheet of A4 headed paper, a binder spine cover and a headed envelope.

In very good production-used condition, the spine cover measures 7cm x 23cm (2.75” x 9”) and the envelope measures 11cm x 23cm (4.5” x 9”), while the sheet of paper is 21cm x 30cm (8.25” x 11.75”) – standard A4 size.

Materials: Paper, Card.

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

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