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    AC/DC Signed Tour Jacket and Backstage Pass (2016).
    Includes: 1) A leather tour jacket signed by members of AC/DC at the time they played American Airlines Center in Dallas on Feb. 23, 2016. Only a few days later, vocalist Brian Johnson left the group for health reasons and was replaced by Axl Rose. Signed with a "Gold Metallic" Sharpie by Chris Slade and Johnson, and signed and inscribed "To Gary" by Stevie Young on the right side (left breast when worn). Measures 17" from armpit to armpit, and 31" from top to bottom. In Very Good Plus condition; 2) Orange backstage pass (hand-labeled "B. G" for "Brian's guest") measures 3.5" x 3.5" and in Good condition; 3) Six color pictures of the consignor with the band members. LOP from the consignor. COA from Heritage Auctions.

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    July, 2019
    20th-21st Saturday-Sunday
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