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    Jimi Hendrix Owned/Worn Psychedelic Long-Sleeve Shirt (1960s). He was the most influential Rock guitarist of his era and his fashion sense was just as unique. Case in point: this outrageous psychedelic paisley silk shirt with long, cuffed sleeves and large pointed collar. Al Hendrix, Jimi's father gave the shirt to Tom Hulett, of Concerts West in 1991, the company that managed Hendrix's bookings, travel arrangements, and concert security. LOA from Al Hendrix. COA from Tom Hulett, Concerts West.

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    April, 2014
    26th-27th Saturday-Sunday
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