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Metallica Memorabilia Framed

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This Metallica item featuring James Hetfield, Kirk Hammett, Robert Trujillo & Lars Ulrich is a Limited edition piece of signed memorabilia, Music memorabilia at its best grab your piece of history today.

Signed By: James Hetfield, Kirk Hammett, Robert Trujillo & Lars Ulrich
Product SKU: Metallica-247
Limited Edition: 1 of 250.
Dimensions: 1000mm x 700mm.
Certificate of Authenticity: YES
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The Metallica item featuring James Hetfield, Kirk Hammett, Robert Trujillo & Lars Ulrich is a Limited edition piece of signed memorabilia its 1 of 250. This range are not personally signed they are numbered reprints. This collector's item is superbly box framed with 5 personalized CD's in solid timber frame with gold trim and beautifully presented in a double matte and will take pride of place in any collection a must for any music memorabilia lover. Early members include James Hetfield (b. August 3, 1963, in Los Angeles, California), Lars Ulrich (b. December 26, 1963, in Gentofte, Denmark), Cliff Burton (b. February 10, 1962, in Castro Valley, California–d. September 27, 1986, in Sweden), and Dave Mustaine (b. September 1, 1961, in La Mesa, California). One of heavy metal's top bands of all time, Metallica helped revitalize the genre during the 1980s. The band was formed by singer and guitarist James Hetfield and drummer Lars Ulrich in Los Angeles in 1981. Recruiting bassist Ron McGovney and guitarist Dave Mustaine, the new group took the name Metallica and started playing the local club scene. They made a recording called No Life Til Leather, and tapes of this demo were circulated among heavy metal fans coast-to-coast. The band toured extensively in the United States and Europe, developing a reputation for their love of partying. They even received a nickname reflecting their behavior in the press: "Alcoholica." As Ulrich later explained to the Boston Globe, "We went for it in a big way. Drink, chicks, drugs—everything absolutely like there's no tomorrow."

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