Framed and Autographed Rat Pack Sands Casino Collectible




MID-CENTURY MODERN-Modernism

Price: 

$4,500

Sale Price: 

$3,150
Specifications
Designer VerificationNone
Country of origin
United States
Material and techniquesVintage Sands Hotel poker chip & matchbook, original autographs, matted & framed
Condition
Very good original
Reference
MPD-007320
Measures (Inches)
- Height: 31 - Width: 32
Shipping and handling
Worldwide shipping can be arranged upon request
Description

Santa is coming early!  Ho Ho Ho!
 
We are conducting an incredible Holiday Sales Event starting Cyber Monday, 11-26-18, and continuing through early December.  All of our exceptionally refinished cocktail cabinets are 50% off ... all dining tables, servers and case pieces are 40% off ... and all collectibles are 30%.  Celebrate in style this year ... or give that special gift to that someone special!
 
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Extremely rare Mid-Century original autographed photograph of the infamous "Rat Pack" depicted in a pool hall scene from the 1964 movie "Robin and the Seven Hoods", directed by Gordon Douglas (photo by Warner Bros./Getty Images).  Personally signed by none other than the incomparable Frank Sinatra (1915-1998), Dean Martin (1917-1995) and Sammy Davis, Jr (1925-1990).
 
Beautifully framed and matted to showcase vintage Sands Hotel and Casino of Las Vegas $1 poker chip and matchbook along with famous vintage photo of the larger Rat Pack crew (in addition to the three main members named above the group also included Peter Lawford and Joey Bishop) standing in front of the Sands Hotel and Casino marquee with their names emblazoned on the hotel's sign late 50's/early 60's.
 
The Sands Hotel and Casino opened on December 15, 1952.  For 44 years, the Sands had helped make Las Vegas the glittering, star-studded shrine to excess and revelry that it is notorious for today. It was the frequent haunt of the Rat Pack, of high-rollers with household names, and of Hollywood directors who came through with cameras rolling.  The grande dame of Vegas ended its run on June 30, 1996.

 
Extremely rare!  In very good to excellent original condition.