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    A Connie Francis Group of Suits, 1980s-2000s. Three total; 1) the first a black polyester blazer, ornate gold floral embroidery on the right side and sleeves, front four-button closure, label reads "Anne French;" together with a matching ankle-length skirt, same label; worn by the singer throughout her 28-city book tour when she was promoting her autobiography "Who's Sorry Now" which was published in 1984; 2) the second a white cotton blazer with black polkadots, short sleeves, black satin trim, front three-button closure, entirely adorned with clear sequins, label reads "Lillie Rubin;" together with a matching skirt, no label present; worn by the singer when she celebrated a mother's day weekend back in the 1990s; included with one color image showing CF wearing the suit; and 3) a navy blue and black rough cotton blazer, fringed lapels and cuffs, front two-snap closure, adorned with clear sequins throughout, label reads "Rene Ruiz;" together with a matching skirt, same label; a pair of matching pants though oddly label reads "Eileen / Fisher;" and a coordinating navy blue satin tank top, same label; worn by the singer when she was named the National Spokesperson for Mental Health America's Trauma Campaign on May 19, 2010.
    Included with a 'Certificate of Authenticity' hand-signed by Connie Francis.

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    November, 2017
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