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Autographed photograph by Edith Piaf (1936 or 1937)

Autographed photograph by Edith Piaf (1936 or 1937)

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The illustrious French singer Edith Piaf, interpreter of "L'hymne à l'amour", signs an autograph at the beginning of her career.

Advertising postcard signed by Edith Piaf when she was 21 years old, at the ABC Music Hall, for André Bienaimé, show producer. In French. 10.7 cm x 15.6 cm. Paris, 1936 or 1937. Excellent condition. Single piece.

A Mr Bienaimé avec toute mon amitiers, la môme Piaf . At a very young age, Piaf made two misspellings of the word "friendship" (amitié).

Edith Piaf (1915 - 1963) is a monument of French culture, a legendary singer. After the war, it became famous internationally in Europe, South America and the United States.

In 1948, she met the great love of her life, boxer Marcel Cerdan, who became world boxing champion and, shortly afterwards, died in a plane crash. This great love story, targeted by the media, played a large part in its myth.

Among Piaf's greatest hits are "La vie en rose" (1946), "Milord" (1959) or "Non, je ne regrette rien" (1960). She sang "Hymne à l'amour" (1949) and "Mon Dieu" (1960, composed by Charles Dumont) in Marcel's memory.

When she autographed this photograph, Edith Piaf had just signed her first contract with Polydor for the album "Les mômes de la cloche", which was a huge success. It is probably one of the artist's first autographs, an exceptional piece from the beginning of the artist's career.

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