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    A Connie Francis Pair of Evening Gowns Worn to Private and Public Events, 1990s. The first black polyester, floor-length, sleeveless, black polyester chiffon ruffles at hem; together with a matching jacket trimmed in same ruffles; no labels present in either; worn by the singer to private events; the second with a black velvet top and a black rayon chiffon ruffled asymmetrical bottom, ankle-length, three-quarter length sleeves, back zip-up closure, label reads "Alta Moda / Couture;" worn by the singer when she performed at Trump's Castle in Atlantic City, New Jersey October 6, 1995 and also worn on the cover of her Sony/Dick Clark Productions album, "Live in Concert;" included with five color snapshots showing CF wearing the dress.
    Included with a 'Certificate of Authenticity' hand-signed by Connie Francis.


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    October, 2017
    1st Sunday
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