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    Queen/Adam Lambert Stage Worn Two-Piece Leopard Print Suit (2014). A two-piece leopard print suit worn onstage by Adam Lambert on July 1, 2014 at the San Jose show during the 2014 "Queen + Adam Lambert" Tour. This was when Lambert stepped into the role of his predecessor Freddie Mercury to popular and critical acclaim. This denim suit with leopard skin pattern features sequins throughout, designed by Anthony Franco. No size listed, but pants measure 35" waist and 32" inseam. Jacket measures 36" around the chest. Light wear, overall Near Fine condition. With an Adam Lambert signed COA from his Feel Something Foundation, in support of GLAAD. COA from Heritage Auctions.

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    May, 2021
    1st-2nd Saturday-Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 14
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