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Big bids . . . they’ve had a few!

Personal items belonging to Frank Sinatra and first wife Barbara went up for auction Thursday — some of which quickly fetched more than a half-million dollars.

Buyers at Sotheby’s Upper East Side venue and online around the world vied for the chance to own a piece of Ol’ Blue Eyes, with the biggest bidder shelling out $687,000 for a Norman Rockwell painting of Sinatra that the legendary crooner commissioned directly from the legendary artist in 1973.

To read more on The New York Post:

https://nypost.com/2018/12/06/auction-of-frank-sinatra-memorabilia-fetches-7-8m/

sinatrarockwellFrank Sinatra by Norman Rockwell - learn more about the artist, here

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