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    A Frank Sinatra Group of Commemorative Concert Medallions, 1960s-1970s. The first a largish metal disc, with a mint green patina, depicting Sinatra in profile on the front above the year "MCMLXVIII" [1968], back reads in part "...Caesars Palace... / Frank Sinatra / Premiere Performance / November;" together with seven smaller medallions, all on chains, some depicting images of the singer on the front, all with related text, including two silver-colored ones also from the November 1968 Caesars Palace concert, four gold-colored ones from the January 25, 1974 Caesars Palace concert, and one gold-colored one from the October 26, 1974 Coliseum concert; gifted by Sinatra to his executive assistant of 30+ years, Dorothy Uhlemann.
    Diameter: 4" and smaller

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    April, 2015
    18th-19th Saturday-Sunday
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