Blue and black-striped cream-colored button-down short-sleeve shirt, with a Big 7 manufacturer’s tag. In fine condition. Accompanied by a notarized letter of provenance from Donna D. Talbot, a former employee of the club, Fifth Dimension: “It was 1967 and I was 16 years old, a rock and roller to the core living in Ann Arbor, MI working at the local teen club, Fifth Dimension. In the club was a small, boutique, the Purple Froggy which sold the usual fare; posters, jewelry, sunglasses and clothing. I loved to sew and frequently made stage clothes for the bands that came thru the club and the boutique owner kindly allowed me to display a few pieces for sale. The Who played the club on June 14th. I was working during sound check and Keith Moon asked if he could see the boutique. He liked one of my jackets and worked out a trade for the shirt off his back and another from his wardrobe trunk. This short sleeve white with blue and black check is the one off his back.” RRAuction COA.
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