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    Neil Diamond Signed and Inscribed You Don't Bring Me Flowers Vinyl Album Jacket in Frame (Columbia, FC 35625). A promo copy of Neil Diamond's 1978 blockbuster album with the reworked title track with Barbra Streisand, signed and inscribed cleanly by Diamond with a blue felt tip. Inscribed "All good wishes" above his signature. Comes with a "Demonstration Not for Sale" promo strip sticker in the bottom center. Does not appear to contain the vinyl LP disc. Housed in a frame that measures to an overall 1 ¼" x 17" 21". Frame is in Very Good condition with chipping and smudges along the left side. Album jacket appears to be in NM 8 condition with toning on the promo sticker. COA from Heritage Auctions.

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    December, 2020
    6th Sunday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 34
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