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    A Connie Francis Group of Items Related to 'Cash Box' Magazine, 1950s-1960s. Five items total, all featuring images of Francis on them including: 1) a black and white photocopy of the cover of the magazine, dated "April 12, 1958," mounted to a wooden plaque; 2) a page removed from the magazine, dated "March 13, 1963," mounted to a wooden plaque; 3) an orange page removed from the magazine, titled "The Cash Box Top 100," dated "January 31, 1959," saved by Francis as Bobby Darin had two hits that week; 4) a citation reading in part "Connie Francis / No. 1 Most Programmed Female Artist of 1959," mounted to a wooden plaque; and 5) the cover of the magazine, dated "January 31, 1959," mounted to a wooden plaque.
    17" x 13" and smaller
    Included with a 'Certificate of Authenticity' hand-signed by Connie Francis.

    "I won the Billboard and Cash Box 'Best Female Vocalist' awards for six years in a row which was unprecedented. And it hasn't been done since, even to this day."

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    October, 2017
    1st Sunday
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