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    Jilly Rizzo's Personal Copy of Frank Sinatra A Man Alone, Signed by Author (1969). First edition (December 1969), limited to 500 copies, orange cloth binding with gold cover and spine titles, dust jacket. This extremely rare book was never offered for sale. Four hundred of the 500 copies were personally signed by author Rod McKuen on the limitation page for Frank Sinatra, the remaining 100 were retained by McKuen. The material in the book was written for Sinatra, who recorded much of it for his Warner-Reprise album A Man Alone. This copy, #137, was presented by Sinatra to his closest friend and right-hand man, Jilly Rizzo. In Fine condition with minor wear and small tears and creases to the dustjacket. From the Jilly Rizzo Estate Archive. Accompanied by a letter of provenance from William Rizzo.

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    October, 2008
    4th-6th Saturday-Monday
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