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A silver-plated medal featuring the striking gold tongue and lips logo used widely across The Rolling Stones' Bridges to Babylon tour posters.
Includes all eight Special Stamps affixed to a customised envelope, cancelled with a unique Bridges to Babylon postmark, with the location London W1 to represent the location of the band’s first gig in 1962.
Includes a carrier card detailing the tour from 1997-1998.
Limited to 10,000 individually numbered examples.
A unique silver-plated medal souvenir celebrating the 1997-1998 Bridges to Babylon tour which drew over 4.5 million fans across 25 countries and 108 shows.
The medal is plated in fine silver and finished to a stunning mirrored proof finish contrasting with the striking gold coloured tongue and lips motif used on the Bridges to Babylon tour posters.
The reverse of the medal has been struck with the Bridges to Babylon typography in raised relief detail.
The cover includes all eight Special Stamps from the Stamp Set, affixed to a customised envelope cancelled with a unique London W1 postmark, representing the Marquee Club – the venue for the band’s very first gig in 1962.
The informative carrier card for the medal includes more detail about the Bridges to Babylon Tour including shots of the band in action, the dramatic stage design and the opening night set list.
This superb collectible is limited to just 10,000 medal covers, each numbered individually.