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    A Liberace-Related Group of Collectible Jewelry, Circa 1950s. Six items including: 1) a silvertone metal charm bracelet featuring a minaiture black and white photograph of the piano player in the center among other related charms; 2) an identical charm bracelet but in goldtone metal; 3) another identical charm bracelet in goldtone metal but with its original backing; 4) a different style bracelet in goldtone metal with just one charm engraved "Sincerely Yours / Liberace / Warner Bros.;" 5) a silvertone metal pendant of a piano and the player's name above it; and 6) a pair of 'piano and chandelier' earrings (for pierced ears) still on their original backing noting in part "Copyright, 1954;" also included is a box of "Favorite Christmas Cards of Liberace" circa 1954.
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    Auction Dates
    August, 2013
    10th Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 0
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