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Pat Benatar RIAA gold record award Live From Earth

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Pat Benatar RIAA gold record award for Live From Earth

The name plate reads: Presented to Chrysalis Records to commemorate the sale of more than 500,000 copies of the Chrysalis Records long-playing record album "LIVE FROM EARTH"

Another amazing piece of rock-n-roll history. This is an authentic RIAA award for Pat's first live album, Live From Earth, 1983. The award plaque states:

Presented to Chrysalis Records to commemorate the sale of more than 500,000 copies of the Chrysalis Records long playing record album "LIVE FROM EARTH"

A great award to have in any collection. Awards like these will continue to be a great investment for the collector. It's already almost 30 years old.

This is a 'strip-plates' style award. Strip-Plates were the format of RIAA awards from 1981-1985. They were like a floater (having gold or platinum painted wood frame, a black matte and disc in the upper half) except that the mini and presentation plate were combined on a single strip below the LP disc.

I would rate the condition of this award to be a 9-10 based on what I've seen. The back has never been opened.

Very cool, very unique, very collectible. I'm clearing out space and it's time to part with some of my prized possessions.

If you have any questions, please ask before purchasing. You should do your own research about authentic RIAA awards prior to purchasing to understand their construction, condition and who they were presented too. The best resource I have found is http://honormusicawards.com/history/

Piece is sold as is, no returns. Shipping will include insurance for the selling price. If you are a serious buyer and would like to see the full size photos of front and back, you may request them by email, after you register on my site.


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  • Manufactured by: Chrysalis Records



This product was added to our catalog on Friday 04 December, 2009.

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