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    A Frank Sinatra Signed Limited Edition Album 'A Man and His Music,' 1965. A rare U.S. 32-track double LP set, on the Reprise Records label, LP still sealed and housed its original blue slipcase which has raised 'simulated metal' lettering on its cover, enclosed (and also still sealed) card is signed and numbered in black felt-tip ink "Frank Sinatra / 1098," original shrinkwrap still around the slipcase though there are a number of tears in it; this collector piece was released to commemorate Frank Sinatra's 25th anniversary as a recording artist and it sold quite well as many people bought two copies -- one to keep intact and one to open and play.
    13" x 13"


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    Auction Dates
    December, 2012
    14th Friday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 7
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