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    The Who Set of Autographs Along With Ticket and Photo (circa late 1960s, mid-1970s).
    Includes: 1) A set of four different pieces of paper, each signed by the original members of the Who. Pete Townshend's autograph is significantly faded, while the other three are in Very Good Plus condition. Matted with an early line-up pic of the band. Matted to an overall 14.7" x 23.5"; 2) A page titled "The Who: Maximum R&B" with a long list of credits. Measures 7" x 10.6"; 3) A ticket for "The Return of the Who" on March 21, 1976 at Anaheim Stadium. Measures 2" x 3.5". Was crumpled and has been flattened out. LOA from PSA/DNA. COA from Heritage Auctions.

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    Auction Dates
    July, 2019
    20th-21st Saturday-Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 1
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