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    Queen Innuendo RIAA Gold Sales Award with Signed Letter (Hollywood HR-61020-2, 1991). An award, presented to "WRXL to Commemorate the Sale of More Than 500,000 Copies of the Hollywood Records Cassette & CD 'Innuendo'", showcasing the CD and its accompanying sleeve art, the RIAA plaque, a gold cassette, and most impressively, a typed note thanking Queen fans for helping the band achieve gold status in America, autographed by the full band: rhythm section John Deacon and Roger Taylor in blue ballpoint, and guitarist Brian May and the late Freddie Mercury in black felt-tip. Framed to an overall 17" x 21". Fine condition, with some scuffing to the frame. COA from Heritage Auctions.

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    November, 2016
    12th Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 3
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