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    Alice Cooper Stage-Used and Signed Sword (Circa 1974). Handle with black grip, unique silver-tone metal casing around it, curved blade, signed in black felt-tip ink on blade "Frank / Alice Cooper 90" (though the "Frank" has mostly been removed, it can still faintly be seen); used on stage by the Rock and Roll Hall of Famer during various tours in the mid-to-late seventies; sword is now dulled due to wear and tear (such as Cooper piercing the stage floor, decapitating a 9-foot tall cyclops, and stabbing numerous baby dolls); obtained by the current owner in Cleveland, Ohio in 1981 who then had Cooper sign it for him nine years later at The Sahara Hotel in Las Vegas.
    Length: 33"

    Please note that a portion of the proceeds from the sale of this sword will go directly to Alice Cooper's Solid Rock Foundation.

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    Auction Dates
    June, 2017
    17th-18th Saturday-Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 1
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