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2376   Collection of (12) Ramones T-Shirts  $200 $294 $324 5 You must login to place a bid.
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#2376 - Collection of (12) Ramones T-Shirts Estimate: $400+


Awesome collection of twelve Ramones shirts, all but one shirt short-sleeved, with the majority consisting of tour shirts, including: a medium red shirt reading on the front “Ramones, Irving Plaza, rock ‘n’ roll theatre, Sunday June 15, 1980”; an extra-large white shirt with large pinhead skull against stacked Ramones logos; a double extra-large black shirt with cover art from Road to Ruin on the front, and yellow text on the back listing the band’s “Italian Tour May 1989”; a black shirt, likely size large, with a blue Ramones logo above a yellow “Acid Eaters” flower design on the front, and large yellow text on the back, “Hey Ho Let’s Go”; a black extra-large shirt with red Ramones logo above a “Beat on the Brat” emblem, and white font on the back showing the song’s lyrics; a large white shirt with psychedelic designs behind lyrics for the song ‘I Wanna Be Well,’ the Ramones logo, and a man in a straight jacket on the front, and the back featuring the “Escape from New York” tour logo above a list of concert dates; an extra-large white shirt with Ramones logo above a blonde cave woman with spear, with “Sheena” in orange text below; an extra-large black long-sleeve shirt with blue Ramones logo above the presidential seal and red text “The Final Tour” on the front, and the back listing dates for the European leg of the 1996 Adios Amigos tour; an extra-large white shirt with Ramones logo above a surfing pinhead character on the front, and the back with large blue text, “Hey Ho Let’s Go”; an extra-large black shirt with purple Ramones logo above two rabbits relaxing on “Rockaway Beach,” and the back listing dates for the South American leg of the 1994 Acid Chaos tour; a large tie-dyed shirt with red Ramones logo above the band’s presidential seal; and a medium black Bad Boy Club shirt with silver Ramones logo above a presidential seal and small text, “Sao Paulo 1994,” and the back featuring a large angry skull with the text, “89 FM, A Radio Rock.” In overall very good to fine condition. These shirts were displayed as part of the “Hey! Ho! Let’s Go: Ramones and the Birth of Punk” exhibit at the Queens Museum in New York from April 10, 2016-July 31, 2016, and the Grammy Museum at L.A. Live from September 16, 2016-February 28, 2017, and are accompanied by the Grammy Museum’s inventory label. From the Monte A. Melnick Ramones Collection.

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