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Frank Sinatra Personal Jacket
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In the United States, we don’t have royalty but we have Hollywood and its celebrities. In Las Vegas, the crown was worn by Frank Sinatra. For many years, “The Voice” required assistance around our neon town which was provided by a trusted valet. This item originates from that fine gentleman who as a top bellhop at a top tier casino in the 1950’s assisted the crooner while in town with his wardrobe, luggage, everyday necessities and transportation.
While Ronald Reagan was serving as governor of California, Nancy Reagan got involved in the Foster Grandparents program, a group that gives senior citizens a chance to volunteer with disadvantaged children. When she got into the White House, her support only grew.
She provided a tremendous amount of funding through a book she wrote and a song sung by Frank Sinatra sharing the name To Love a Child by donating all of the proceeds to the program. She even hosted a picnic for the foster grandparents and kids, and had Sinatra come and sing the song! She participated in many of the programs events during her term as First Lady and her support made the program more widely known and funded. You can find out more information on the Foster Grandparents Program.
This is Frank Sinatra’s personally owed satin jacket from the 1982. This size M jacket was made by California on back of this jacket embroidered Frank & Nancy 1982. This was gifted to Frank by Nancy Reagan for song sung by Frank Sinatra sharing the name To Love a Child.
Although, the jacket was very sentimental because of the Reagan connection, Sinatra gifted it to his best valet man in Las Vegas. We have never seen a jacket like this before. Plus, it has been in the valet’s collection since the 1980’s so it’s fresh on the scene.
Authentication: 100% Authentic Team Provenance Letter