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    David Bowie David Live RIAA White Matte Gold Record Sales Award Presented to the Artist (RCA/Victor CPL2-0771, 1974). Recorded during the first leg of Bowie's Diamond Dogs tour at Upper Darby, Pennsylvania's Tower Theater, David Live captures Bowie at a stylistically transitory period, leaving behind the Glam Rock of the Ziggy Stardust era and embracing the Plastic Soul to come on Young Americans. This rare white matte award, never before offered by Heritage, is presented to David Bowie himself in commemoration of one million dollars in sales of the live album. Framed in wood to an overall 17.5" x 21.5". Very Good condition, with noticeable wear to the wood frame, and rubbing to the finish of the gold disc.

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    November, 2018
    3rd Saturday
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