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    Diana Ross and the Supremes Greatest Hits In-House Platinum Album Sales Award Presented to Cindy Birdsong (Motown MS-2-663, 1967). The first "best of" compilation from the iconic girl group, Greatest Hits sat atop the Billboard charts for five weeks straight in 1967. According to the plaque beneath the platinum disc, this award was presented to singer Cindy Birdsong, who replaced Florence Ballard in the Supremes prior to the release of this album, though she didn't feature on any of the songs included here. Platinum disc mounted to a sturdy wood plaque to an overall 18" x 24". In Very Good condition, with multiple deep scratches to the wood plaque. From the David Gest Memorabilia Archive.

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