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    A Connie Francis Pair of Fan-Made Purses, Circa 2000s. The first square-shaped, laminated in plastic, front side features a color image of the singer's album titled "Connie Francis Sings Italian Favorites," signed in black felt-tip ink on the left side "Amore / Connie Francis," back and other sides feature images related to Italy, backside further inscribed in same way by Francis, label reads in part "Emily / ...PA;" the second a denim messenger bag, hand-painted on front depicting an image of Francis with surrounding text reading "Always / In My Heart / Connie Francis," back reads "Happy / Birthday / Joan Studwell / 12-12-12;" both gifted to the singer by the artists themselves.
    13" x 17" x 5" and smaller
    Included with a 'Certificate of Authenticity' hand-signed by Connie Francis

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    October, 2017
    1st Sunday
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