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    RATT - A Robbin Crosby Shirt from the "Reach for the Sky" Era (Circa 1988). Black nylon 'micromesh,' crew neck, long sleeves, label reads "Terri King" [noted clothing designer to rock stars], blue duct tape affixed to back with King's black felt-tip ink handwritten notes about the shirt; included with a LOA signed by King reading in part "This...shirt...was pulled from my / retail store on Melrose Avenue for a publicity shoot...of which I / was styling and (it) was worn by Ratt (lead) guitarist Robin [sic] Crosby. Following the shoot, the shirt / was returned to me as it was part of my kit;" sadly, in 2002 Crosby died an early death from a heroin overdose at the age of 42. (Please note there are a number of holes in shirt due to age and use.)

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    September, 2015
    19th-20th Saturday-Sunday
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