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To commemorate their Aug. 23 wedding, Angelina Jolie bought her husband, Brad Pitt, the last typewriter iconic author Ernest Hemingway used before his 1961 death, a new report states.
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Sources close to the Hollywood couple revealed Angelina purchased Ernest's 1926 Underwood typewriter for a reported $250,000 from L.A. Police Commission President Steve Soboroff, who is known to have an extensive collection of vintage typewriters.
The author, who died at age 61 from suicide, allegedly used the typewriter to write his late 1930s works, including his famed novel "For Whom the Bell Tolls."
Angelina originally set out to purchase one of Tennessee Williams' typewriters from Steve, but he refused to sell it to the actress, the report states.
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The Police Commission President's collection of typewriters also includes those once owned by John Lennon, Marilyn Monroe and Joe DiMaggio. He also recently acquired the machine Jerry Siegel used to co-write the original 'Superman' comics, according to the TMZ report.
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