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    The Beatles "Free As A Bird" Certified Gold 45 Record Award Grammy Winner 1997. This certified Gold award is a limited edition "To Commemorate winning a Grammy in 1997. The Capitol Records Single Record. 'Free As A Bird.'" In mat measuring approx: 13" by 17". Also includes the picture sleeve with an image of Pete Shotton drawn by John. He was one of John's best childhood mates. Frame has light wear on the matte edge. Otherwise, in Excellent condition. This will look great on the wall. From the Connie and Dennis Dailey Monumental Beatles Collection. COA from Heritage Auctions.

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