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2344   Brad Delp's New Hampshire Driver's License  $200 $378 $416 1 You must login to place a bid.
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#2344 - Brad Delp's New Hampshire Driver's License Estimate: $500+

'Hitch a Ride' with Brad Delp
Brad Delp's laminated New Hampshire driver's license, 3.25 x 2.25, issued on May 8, 1984, featuring his image and a facsimile signature. The license lists his address in Londonderry, as well as his height, weight, date of birth, and other personal information. In very good to fine condition, with expected signs of use. Delp, who famously sang 'Hitch a Ride' on Boston's debut album, moved to New Hampshire in 1980, living for a time in Londonderry before settling in scenic Atkinson. A unique, personal piece from a rock 'n' roll legend. From the Brad Delp Collection, and accompanied by a letter of provenance from Micki Delp.


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