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Frank Sinatra, Desi Arnaz & Lucille Ball Autographed and inscribed "Sincerely Frankie" 1940's Vintage 5x7 Photo with JSA Authentication

Frank Sinatra, Desi Arnaz and Lucille Ball all visited the diner "The Famous Door" in New York City  where Sidney Roth was the Maitre D, in this classic 1940's photograph signed and inscribed by Frank Sinatra  "Sincerely, Frankie". Also who can miss that flamboyant Lucille Ball hairdo and Desi Arnaz who both autographed this photo authenticated by JSA.<p>   Frank Sinatra was the first to sign in  blue pen. The signature smudged somewhat so Desi Arnaz and Lucille Ball signed with the waiter's writing instrument(black pencil) so their autographs are clearer.<p>   Ole Blue Eyes Frank Sinatra himself became a regular to this and other restaraunts the Maitre D worked at over the years, and the two became friends when the crooner was in town. The photo was passed down to his son, who is now selling this unique iconic autographed and JSA authenticated 5x7 black and white picture. Extremely unique and collectible for the discriminating iconic afficianado.


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