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Pictured: The first edition of 'A Streetcar Named Desire' with a slip of paper signed by Tennessee Williams.
A rare first edition book which is inscribed by Hollywood legend Marlon Brando has emerged for sale for £15,000.
The Godfather actor wrote a personal message on the title page of the copy of Tennessee Williams' 'A Streetcar Named Desire' in 1947. He was starring in the play on Broadway at the time.
Brando, who was still relatively unknown, penned some sweet words to 'Carol', the daughter of fellow cast member Peg Hillias.
It was given to her as a 16th birthday present and Brando wrote: "To Carol, with warm affection, Marlon Brando."
The book, which was signed by the majority of the cast, is now being sold by London-based book dealer Peter Harrington.