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Photograph of Bruce Springsteen Signed by Artist Michael Zorn

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Take home an autographed Michael Zorn photograph of the legendary Bruce Springsteen.

Photograph was printed on archival metallic competition paper, with dimensions of 16" x 24".

This is an iconic shot, as Bruce steps out into the outfield of Fenway and right in front of the famed green monster and the scoreboard. This print is part of what will be a very limited run (less than 20) and is signed by the artist, Michael Zorn. The photograph was taken at the second of 2 Fenway Park shows on August 15th, 2012.

Donated by: Michael Zorn

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Lot #391322

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  • Experience cannot be resold or re-auctioned.

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Photograph of Bruce Springsteen Signed by Artist Michael Zorn

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