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Neil Parker 18h
The 1967 Fan Club Christmas card a green and cream card with Liberace seal on the front
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A G Dec 7
Replying to @JaneyGodley
Thought it was at first glance 🤣
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Neil Parker Dec 9
The 1965 Fan Club Christmas card is of a very ornate foil embossed candelabra in red and silver, I particularly like the ribbon detail
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keithwhitney Dec 9
Frankly, I don’t know what’s worse... a in a outfit or the fact that it’s only 15-dollars. .
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Neil Parker Dec 5
The 1961 Fan Club Christmas card with just the words 'Let there be peace on earth...' on the front. However, brace yourself as inside is a gold framed photo of Liberace wearing a gold jacket with matching bow tie
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Spencer Karter Dec 1
Replying to @SpencerKarter
In memory of those who lost their lives to . and .
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The Purple Room Dec 5
This Week: Swinging to the Sounds of Era & followed by our amazing lineup of weekend dinner shows w/ & Peggy Lee, & Judy's Old Fashioned Christmas!
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Neil Parker Dec 3
The 1955 Christmas card, it's a nice simple black and white postcard of Liberace and his family, from left to right Liberace, Mother Frances, brother George's wife Jayne, George and brother Rudy
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Richard Norman Poet Dec 7
When the reviews are bad I tell my staff they can join me as I cry all the way to the bank.” - Liberace, American showman
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Neil Parker Dec 8
The 1964 Fan Club Christmas card opens up to reveal a calander for 1965, great photo of Liberace and his Steinway (he lated painted it blue) piano with a beautifully decorated Christmas tree and wreath in the background (also note the cherubs)
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Urlofcork Dec 7
In a stunning codecile to his will reveals I AM YOUR FATHER
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Neil Parker Dec 7
The 1963 Fan Club Christmas card - this card opens from the centre to reveal a nativity scene
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Rebecca Bird Grigsby Dec 1
Started 'Behind the Candelabra' last night and can we just take a moment to appreciate how well Scott Bakula has aged? He's 64!
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Neil Parker Dec 1
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Neil Parker Dec 6
The 1962 Fan Club Christmas card not only did Liberace have a huge Christmas tree but a huge card too measuring just over 10in (26cm) high by 8in (21cm) wide, inside some music including his theme song 'I'll be seeing you'
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Neil Parker Dec 4
The 1953 Fan Club Christmas card this card was designed to be folded back and played on a record player, note the hole in the centre of the card
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The Graveyard Guy Dec 2
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Totally Fucking Gay Dec 3
Another TFG song from our 2015 album-which is all about our love for .
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King Lubinacci VGM Dec 9
Presents by King Swag producer - alliknowisjayo FULL LINK IN BIO
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