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    Ozzy Osbourne Red Velvet Coat (1998). Here is your chance to own a stunningly beautiful red velvet coat from The Prince Of Darkness himself; Ozzy's wife and better half, Sharon, helped Ozzy's designer create the perfect look for him to wear on his 1998 Ozzfest tour. Ozzy wore this coat for promotional and Ozzfest-related junkets in 1998. Coat is adorned with hand-made gold-thread cross appliqués with a large one on the back (further adorned with rhinestones on the cross, though a number of them are now missing). Don't miss the "Crazy Train" here, folks! Accompanied by a detailed and signed COA by Ozzy's designer, Terri King.

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    Auction Dates
    April, 2015
    18th-19th Saturday-Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 6
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