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    Rolling Stones Signed Decca Single Sleeve with "Not Fade Away" 45 (UK, Decca F.11845, 1964). The British release of the Rolling Stones third single (and first UK hit) "Not Fade Away" b/w "Little by Little," with the original Decca sleeve signed in 1997 in black felt pen by original Stones Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, and Charlie Watts, as well as long-running member Ronnie Wood, during their Bridges to Babylon tour. According to the accompanying letter of provenance, the signatures were obtained in Paris during the tour by the daughter of the Rolling Stones' front-of-house engineer. All signatures bold and bright, though the sleeve shows age-appropriate wear. As for the condition of the disc, it comes in at an amazing NM 8. COA from Heritage Auctions.

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    November, 2016
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