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    Buddy Holly Worn White Dress Shirt. A 100 percent cotton white button-down dress shirt worn in concert by the rock legend born Charles Hardin Holley. Comes with a "Arrow / Fenway Club" tag attached on the inside below the collar. Has "B.H." handwritten on the tag. Also has "Chase / 15 2 - 34 CC-" printed on the inside collar (and is also printed on the bottom portion of the front with washing instructions). Per the signed COA from Larry and Randy Holley, this shirt was worn at several concerts, and belonged in the family for many years. Shirt is has wrinkles all over. Measures 20" from armpit to armpit, 27 ½" from the front collar to the bottom, and 23" sleeve. In Very Good condition with light soiling in the interior, in addition to wrinkles. COAs from Larry and Randy Holley and Heritage Auctions.

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    May, 2021
    1st-2nd Saturday-Sunday
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