RIAA Platinum LP award for Natalie Cole's album Unforgettable With Love. Released on May 28, 1991, the album went Platinum for 1 million copies sold on July 29, 1991. By 1998 the album had been certified by the RIAA to an impressive 7x Multi-Platinum.
The album included covers of standards made famous by her father Nat King Cole and "Unforgettable" was a well-received duet including father's and daughter's vocals blended together. The album topped the Billboard Top 200 Album chart while title single "Unforgettable" won four Grammy Awards in 1992 including Record Of The Year/ The album also won the Grammy for Album Of The Year. Remember Natalie (1950-2015) and Nat King Cole (1919-1965) with this beautiful award.
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- RIAA Platinum LP sales award with correct elements for the "R" hologram period with platinum record, CD and cassette
- In Excellent condition
- Award made in 1991
- Presented to concert promoter
- All original including backing paper with manufacturer's sticker
- Award measures 17.5" x 21.5"
- Great collectors item for any Natalie Cole fan
- FREE insured shipping to continental U.S.
- International shipping available
Detailed Item Description: This is an official RIAA Platinum award for Natalie Cole's 1991 album Unforgettable With Love. It is presented to concert promoter Electric Factory Concerts.
The award was produced around 1991 making it approx. 29 years old. The award appears to have all original internal components and is in Excellent condition. The backing paper is original with Ill-Eagle manufacturer's sticker.
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*RIAA sales data source: RIAA.com