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  • Barbara Britton as Angela Picard wearing a bandeau with stones and pearls in the 1946 film "The Return of Monte Cristo."
    • Columbia Pictures

    The Return of Monte Cristo

    1946

    Costume seen on Barbara Britton as Angela Picard

  • Peggie Castle as Princess Yasmin wearing a bandeau with stones and pearls in the 1951 film "The Prince Who Was a Thief."
    • Universal Pictures

    The Prince Who Was a Thief

    1951

    Costume seen on Peggie Castle as Princess Yasmin

  • Bette Davis as Queen Elizabeth wearing a bandeau with stones and pearls in the 1955 film "The Virgin Queen."
    • Twentieth Century Studios

    The Virgin Queen

    1955

    Costume seen on Bette Davis as Queen Elizabeth

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About the Costume

This silver-plated bandeau, accented with rhinestones and fake pearls, was designed by Joseff of Hollywood. It was first worn by Barbara Britton as Angela Picard in The Return of Monte Christo in 1946. In 1951 it appeared on Peggie Castle as Princess Yasmin in The Prince Who Was a Thief. Lastly, in 1955 it was worn by Bette Davis as Queen Elizabeth I in The Virgin Queen.

This piece was auctioned by Julien’s Auction House on November 18th, 2017, where it sold for $1,600. You can learn more about the auction here. 

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About the Costume

This silver-plated bandeau, accented with rhinestones and fake pearls, was designed by Joseff of Hollywood. It was first worn by Barbara Britton as Angela Picard in The Return of Monte Christo in 1946. In 1951 it appeared on Peggie Castle as Princess Yasmin in The Prince Who Was a Thief. Lastly, in 1955 it was worn by Bette Davis as Queen Elizabeth I in The Virgin Queen.

This piece was auctioned by Julien’s Auction House on November 18th, 2017, where it sold for $1,600. You can learn more about the auction here. 

This silver-plated bandeau, accented with rhinestones and fake pearls, was designed by Joseff of Hollywood. It was first worn by Barbara Britton as Angela Picard in The Return of Monte Christo in 1946. In 1951 it appeared on Peggie Castle as Princess Yasmin in The Prince Who Was a Thief. Lastly, in 1955 it was worn by Bette Davis as Queen Elizabeth I in The Virgin Queen.

This piece was auctioned by Julien’s Auction House on November 18th, 2017, where it sold for $1,600. You can learn more about the auction here. 

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  • Eugene Joseff (Joseff of Hollywood)

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