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1985 Bon Jovi 7800 Fahrenheit - Tour of the World Bassist Alec John Such Stage-Worn, Signed Long Fringe Jacket (Incl. Stage Passes)

As one of the greatest bands to come out of New Jersey, Bon Jovi simply rocks! Back in the hair band days of the 1980s, the band was finding its groove. Presented is an original stage worn jacket worn by the former bassist, Alec John Such. The tan jacket with fringe sleeves is long and has a snap bottom and central closure snaps. Featured on the front chest is the official tour patch, "BON JOVI 7800 FAHRENHEIT - TOUR OF THE WORLD". The verso is blank. Tagging in the collar is Schaefer, Outfitter and has a XS [size] flap. The wash tag also features his name written in black ink ALEC for his easy identification. Such signed the inside area boldly in black felt tip ("9") also for identification. Two original tour passes are also included.


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