Frank Sinatra’s 1934 Driver’s License, Letter After Car Crash Available at Auction

By Kevin Rutherford

In the continuing saga of old musicians’ things being auctioned off, a one-of-a-kind artifact from Frank Sinatra‘s past will soon be available to the public.

Just don’t try to use it to get into any bars or anything.

NJ.com reports that Sinatra’s 1934 driver’s license will be auctioned as part of a collection of Hollywood memorabilia.

Related: Lou Reed’s Musical Gear Being Auctioned via eBay

The license was reportedly Sinatra’s first in New Jersey and expired at the end of that year. It included his full name of Francis Sinatra and his address in Hoboken, N.J.

The auction also includes a letter, written in 1940, from the lawyer of a man who was reportedly involved in a car crash with Sinatra and was demanding to be paid damages, along with potential revoking of driving privileges until he was paid.

Boston-based RR Auction is heading up the lot, which also includes memorabilia from Marilyn Monroe, Steve McQueen and more.

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