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    A Connie Francis 'Flossy' Award, 2016. Presented to the singer by The Palm Beach International Film Festival for "outstanding lifetime achievement in music," depicting a beautiful bronze female statuette titled 'Champion of the Arts' created by artist Yaacov Heller in honor of Florence "Flossy" Keesely, a patron of the arts in Boca Raton, Florida for whom this award was named after she passed away in 2015. (Please note base is not affixed to award.)
    18" x 11" x 11"
    Included with a 'Certificate of Authenticity' hand-signed by Connie Francis.

    "This is the most beautiful award I've ever received!"


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    Auction Dates
    October, 2017
    1st Sunday
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