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    Jimi Hendrix Stage Worn Pink Satin Jacket (Circa 1967). A lightweight pink satin jacket with lace trim, no size or label present, measures approximately 16" across the shoulders, with 26" sleeves. According to an accompanying letter of provenance from Sally Stevens, the jacket was originally the property Hendrix's former girlfriend Katherine Etheridge, who hid the piece at Sally's house as Jimi was in the habit of wearing the jacket on stage, and Katherine felt the guitar god was damaging it. Very Good Plus condition, with minor fraying, spotting and wear throughout, and some toning to the lace. COA from Heritage Auctions.

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