1967 Colonel Sanders Personally Worn Owned White Suit Kentucky Fried Chicken KFC

Colonel Harland Sanders was an American businessman who is best known for founding the fast food chicken restaurant chain, KFC; otherwise known as Kentucky Fried Chicken.  Sanders is one of the most iconic figures in culinary pop culture and even to this day; almost 40 years after his death, he is still the ambassador for the franchise.

 

Here is your chance to own one of the suits that was donned by the KFC founder. This 1967 Colonel Sanders personally worn cotton suit features a jacket, shirt and pants; all worn by Sanders. "Col H Sanders 5271L, May 17/67" label inside right pocket of jacket and pants with Tailor Merton Chester of Toronto manufacturer tag. Sleeves measure 24" long, 31" tall. The tie is for display purposes, and was not worn by Sanders. Few small holes inside jacket, that does not affect display quality, and sources from Louisville, KY; the home of Kentucky Fried Chicken.

 

Only a few of his suits have popped up for sale over the years, with the top priced suit selling several years back (2002) in a KFC charity auction for $80,000.

 

Note – Photo of Sanders is a stock image of him wearing one of his trademark suits.



Item: 9328

Price: $24,995.00
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1967 Colonel Sanders Personally Worn Owned White Suit Kentucky Fried Chicken KFC