2 pc. Graffiti signed, unofficial memorial park benches for Kurt Cobain, from Viretta Park, which wa

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2 pc. Graffiti signed, unofficial memorial park benches for Kurt Cobain, from Viretta Park, which was a tribute to the late Kurt Cobain, the lead singer of the Seattle bank Nirvana. These slats were saved from the landfill on 8-22-08 & rebuilt on similar bench pipes for display. These iconic benches have numerous messages by loving fans & tourists alike. These benches were/are featured in several Seattle magazines & guides. The pipe benches are still located in the park, however they have new wood in place. This is truly a rare find in music

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2 pc. Graffiti signed, unofficial memorial park benches for Kurt Cobain, from Viretta Park, which wa
2 pc. Graffiti signed, unofficial memorial park benches for Kurt Cobain, from Viretta Park, which wa
Lot number: 131
Seller: Hamilton's Antique & Estate Auctions Inc.
Event: Stunning Antique & Collectibles Auction Tue May 6
Ends: Tuesday, May 6 | 6:00 PM  Pacific

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