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DescriptionTOTA '75 - Tour of the Americas 1975: The Rolling Stones Official Tour Diary Limited Edition Book #670/2500 Signed by Author and Tour Manager (Genesis, 2005). An incredible set documenting the Stones' 40-date 1975 tour of America, including a leather-bound book in handmade clamshell box designed as an airplane, with lenticular images of the band members peering through the windows, containing facsimile tickets, stage passes, room keys -- all contained in a big blue cloth bag. You'll feel like a crew member as you go through all the incredible backstage moments captured in Christopher Sykes' photographs and tour diary.
Signed near the front on two replicas of backstage passes by photographer Christopher Simon Sykes and tour manager Rudge. Measures approx. 3 ½" x 12 ¼" x 15 ¼". In Excellent condition with some wear on the sides.
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