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    Archive of Signed Rock and Roll Memorabilia Circa Mid 1965-1973. Various signed items including a ? and the Mysterians Christmas card signed by two band members; Dino, Desi and Billy real photo postcard inscribed by Dino; autograph letter on Billy Hinsche personal letterhead circa 1965 with the original transmittal envelope; Texas "Passport" with original transmittal envelope sent to David Gest from "Wild Bill" Gibbons of ZZ Top, signed "Wild Bill Gibbons and ZZ Top / 11-12-73"; Signed sheet of Holiday Inn stationary from Jacksonville, Florida signed by three members (Rick England, Henri Harrison and Pete Cooper) of the New Vaudeville Band; and a WHB 40 Star Survey signed by Dean Martin, Roy Orbison and ten others. All items in very good or better condition.

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    April, 2018
    15th Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 14
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