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FRANK SINATRA!<BR>Signed and Numbered<BR>1965 Limited Edition Box Set of<BR>"A Man and His Music" with Mettalic 3D Cover<BR>and Low Signing Number (SOLD!!!)

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"A Man and his Music" Reprise 2FS 1016, stereo, 1965. Limited signed and numbered box set with book. 2 record set.

This collection was released to commemorate Sinatra's 25th anniversary as a recording artist. Reprise obviously spent quite a bit of money on its production judging from the fancy metallic 3 dimensional plate on the cover.

The book is an excellent short history on Sinatra, including many rare photos and a complete discography up to that time.

I'm not sure how many of this limited signed box set were printed, but what is significant is that the number of the signing is a very low 55.

The condition of the records and book are VG++. The box is excellent except for some minor wear that is visible along the edges.

The signed and numbered card on the back has some slight smearing (visible in the scan) and traces of the old moisture that caused it. This does not detract too much from the overall impact of this bold and unusually large autograph from the most important jazz and pop singer in American music history.

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