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    Rolling Stones Commemorative World Tour Crew Jacket (circa 1970s). Black Nylon Rolling Stones 1972 World Tour crew member jacket with button snap closure, two slit pockets with black and white elastic cuffs, collar and waistband. The back reads "Stones/1972/World Tour" surrounding a die with the numbers 1, 5 and 3 showing. There is significant fraying to the right sleeve. Discoloration to the bottom back side. The black material of the jacket is slightly fading to brown, mainly on the back. Wear to the pockets and nylon by the lower snaps. Small burn hole in right sleeve. No label present. Size S. Measures 20" from armpit to armpit. Very Good condition, with some fading to the nylon evident, and a 2" hole on back of right sleeve.

    This unusual jacket is believed to have been sold by mail order to Stones fans, circa 1970s.

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    Auction Dates
    April, 2018
    15th Sunday
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