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    Paul McCartney World Tour Crew Jacket (Circa 1989). White denim with metal stud button front. Two upper flap pockets; two lower slash pockets. "Brockum Collection" label on the inside. "Marshall Arts International Concert Presentations" embroidered in light blue thread above the left pocket; "Brockum Merchandise" in light blue thread above the right pocket. Large 13.25" x 6.5" whimsical tour logo map on the back, beneath which is embroidered "The Paul McCartney World Tour Norway Sweden Germany France Italy Switzerland Spain Holland USA Canada UK Japan Brazil".Labeled size large. Very Fine condition, ever-so-slightly yellowed but this can likely be professionally cleaned out.

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    November, 2017
    11th Saturday
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