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    A Frank Sinatra Special Invitation, 1979. Made of Lucite in tones of gold and black, a three-dimensional figurine of the singer affixed to the left side, text on the right side reads in part "Caesars Palace / Cordially Invites You To A / Loving Tribute to / Frank Sinatra / On the Occasion of His / Fortieth Year / In / Show Business / December 12, 1979;" also included is a related typed note, an RSVP form, and an envelope all on Caesars Palace stationery; all pieces housed in a gold-colored box; gifted by Sinatra to his executive assistant of 30+ years, Dorothy Uhlemann.
    9 1/2" x 7"


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    Auction Dates
    December, 2014
    6th Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 6
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