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Spectacular in person signing experience. This Frank Sinatra Show "Sands Hotel Program" is signed in the perfect blank white background location were the sendee's address would go, in bold pencil, "Frank Sinatra". But, what makes this even more extraordinary is the amazing first hand account provenance written by the original recipient who obtained it in-person 60 years ago...
These Sands programs were originally folded twice and stapled so they could be mailed as a postcard. The program opens up to a 10.75" x 13" Sands Program wth spectacular image of Mr Sinatra on thr front . This particular program was machine stapled 60+ years ago and ready to mail. The vintage staples are easily removed but I did not as I like the piece with all its original elements. The new owner can always remove the staples. to open up th program.
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This program was acquired by a man who had an extraordinary encounter with Mr Sinatra in 1957 , when the man was just 12 years old. He and his family were invited to see Frank Sinatra at the Sands in Las Vegas. Mr Sinatra took TWO of the original programs for that show and signed both of them in the perfect location for this young boy . And 60 years later that "young boy" decided to finally let them go and hence, open up the opportunity for someone else to enjoy them for a lifetime as he did And the letter of provenance detailing his meeting Frank Sinatra in 1957 he wrote for each program is a fascinating Story that makes the autograph MORE than just a signature.
It’s the provenance that brings back the magic of that historical moment.. What you see above is one of these programs which includes an original letter of provenance from the original recipient. (Address and name blacked out only on the website image for privacy).
Read our article, “Why Provenance Creates the Magic”. .. HERE
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