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Max Rose

Welcome to the Collectibles page. On this page you’ll find some wonderful Jerry Lewis memorabilia that I’ve collected over the years. The clowns are part of the Ron Lee collection of Jerry Lewis clowns that were released in the early 1990s. There was a limited number of 5000 of each clown made including two pieces that were labeled “Artist Proof.” I was fortunate enough to collect all the pieces of the collection.


Along with some of the memorabilia is a pair of the infamous Jerry Lewis cufflinks. Mr. Lewis would give these out to crewmembers on his films and his costars as well. I was able to collect these through a fellow Jerry Lewis collector.


And lastly featured are a 18 karat gold lighter and keychain that Mr. Lewis gave out to trusted friends and employees. I really don’t know the history of these two pieces of memorabilia. A friend of mine tells me that they were given away to crewmembers of the ill-fated film The Day the Clown Cried. If anybody has any kind of information please feel free to send me an e-mail and tell me. I managed to find them in an online auction back in the mid-1990s and even back then I paid top dollar for them.

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