Mötley Crüe - A Nikki Sixx Signed Band Christmas Card (1...Click the image to load the highest resolution version.
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DescriptionMötley Crüe - A Nikki Sixx Signed Band Christmas Card (1984).
This is the infamous Christmas card the band designed in 1984 and sent to industry contacts, radio stations, and friends as a joke. The front depicts the band partaking in large amounts of cocaine lined up on a mirror to read "Crüe;" inside reads "Have A / Mötley Christmas / And A / Happy Crüe Year," left side is signed in silver ink "Nikki / Sixx;" a few of these cards were found as leftovers in the band's storage facility and obtained by a collector. The back of the card reads "1984 Mötley Crüe;" quite rare as most recipients probably threw them out in January 1985!
5" x 7"
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