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    Buddy Holly & the Crickets "That'll Be The Day" Gold 10" 78 RPM Award (1957). One of Two Known to Exist. Released in May of 1957 "That'll Be The Day" climbed up the charts to #1 on the US Billboard Charts and reached #2 on the Billboard R & B Charts. Meanwhile in the UK it climbs to #1 in November of 1957 and holds that spot for 3 solid weeks. This is one of two that we have ever seen and the other hangs on the wall at Maria Elena Holly's home in Texas. Framed, this award measures 14" X 14" and has the manufacturer's sticker on the back, reading "Maria Antoville Galleries Corp. 721 Madison Ave. New York Bet. 83 - 84 Streets Tel. TE 8-4445" ( note lack of zip code and 50's phone number). In Very Good condition, label has faded over the last 61 years, There is some wear on the edges of the frame.

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