Auction of the Original Peephole Frame from the hit TV show FRIENDS.
Online PR News – 12-July-2021 – Dallas, Texas – Among the items in the Heritage Auctions’ July Entertainment event is the original piece of memorabilia from the hit TV show, Friends. Instantly recognizable as the iconic frame hanging around the peephole on Monica’s apartment door. The auction for this item is currently underway and will end on Friday, July 16, 2021.
Rarely has a hit show, in the annals of Television history, been so closely linked to a single item. (Archie Bunker’s chair from All In The Famly and Fonzie’s leather jacket from Happy Days to name a few.)
As described from the catalogue : Courteney Cox "Monica Geller" Iconic Framed Peephole Frame from Friends (NBC, 1994-2004). Original instantly recognizable framed peephole prop constructed of papier-mâché expertly painted butter yellow and measuring 11" x 13.5". Highly visible on the familiar apartment door in one of the most beloved series of the nineties. Originally intended to hold a photograph, the glass was broken by set decorator Greg J. Grande while dressing the apartment, so the frame was repurposed into this framed peephole recognized by fans the world over. The frame was also featured on the "Complete First Season" DVD packaging. Exhibiting production wear and brittleness at upper and lower mounting holes. In Very Good condition. Provenance: Originally from the collection of set decorator Greg J. Grande, Profiles in History Auction 47, Lot 570. COA from Heritage Auctions.
For information on this and other rare collectable lots in the auction, visit HA.com/7241.. The Heritage Auctions' Entertainment & Music Memorabilia Auction is from July 16-18.
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