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    Cheers Group of On-Set Memorabilia Including Handwritten Note by Kirstie Alley (Circa Early-1990s). Interesting group of items pertaining to the beloved NBC sitcom, including 1) a prop guest check book, with a note on the back written by Kirstie Alley (Alley portrayed series mainstay Rebecca Howe from 1987 until the show's finale in 1993) in black ballpoint, reading in full: "What a wonderful show this will be! Let's kick butt! Love, Kirstie", measures 3" x 5"; 2) a piece of the Cheers barroom floor, framed in white under acrylic bearing the classic Cheers logo above the words "Last Call" to an overall 13.5" x 13.5", frame shows some wear and separation at the corners; 3) a Paramount "Television Production Report" from the season 10 episode "No Rest For the Woody", measuring 8.5" x 14", double sided. Condition of items generally Very Good, showing some wear due to handling and age, frame is somewhat fragile and loose. From the Ron Voss Archive.

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    November, 2018
    3rd Saturday
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