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    The Who Original Quadrophenia Tour Jacket for Crew Only (1973) Any vintage Who rarity that's associated with their classic Quadrophenia album & tour is a real eye-opener, and this one's a huge winner. An extremely rare dark blue jacket made by promoter Barry Fey for his employees only, and for this one show only. This one has "Tom" stitched on the front, who was Fey's head soundboard tech.

    Jacket has snap buttons, two outside pockets and a drawstring. On the back it states, "Feyline Presents The Who" on the top portion in red letters, a riverboat drawn in yellow, and "St Louis, MO. Nov. 28 1973" in red letters at the bottom.

    There is no tag inside, but it measures 22" from armpit to armpit. In Very Good condition, with wear commensurate with age and some creasing. COA from Heritage Auctions.

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    Auction Dates
    November, 2019
    16th-17th Saturday-Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 16
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