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studiolano
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Rolling Stones Bridges to Babylon T-shirt

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I recently found 2 different concert tees from this tour. This particular one has me guessing if it is authentic or a parking lot bootleg. It does not have any copyrights or rights info and it looks like someone made it in art class. Plus, the tag is cut down the middle.
Your opinions por favor? Thanks :)
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jimmyj
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Re: Rolling Stones Bridges to Babylon T-shirt

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Looks bootleg - but dont think it hurts the value. Even the licensed ones don't have a lot of value. Funny I recently got one of these - black licensed one - looks like they sell for $9-30 - you'll get more if you sit on them at a fixed price.
Jimmy J

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