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    The Spinners Awards (Two) Presented To Spinners' Vocalist Bobbie Smith (circa 1970s-1980s). Two awards from the estate of the Spinners' lead vocalist. Includes: 1) A square award from the United Negro College Fund from 1987. According to the plaque, "Presented To Bobbie Smith / With Sincere Appreciation / United Negro College Fund, Inc. / Kellogg's Celebrity Tribute / December 18, 1987 / Detroit, Michigan." Measures approx. 8 ½" x 10". In Fine, with light wear; 2) A statue award from NATRA with the plaque that reads, "NATRA '74 / Best Male Vocal Group / Spinners - Atlantic Records / Bobbie Smith." Stands approx. 11" tall. In Good condition, with some looseness between the statue and base. COA from Heritage Auctions.

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