The gambling hall is having a giant liquidation sale on Thursday, and many items once touched by New Jersey’s own Frank Sinatra are up for sale.
There will be hidden treasures aplenty, according to organizers, including everything from the Plaza Club, a swank 19th-floor hideout that became Sinatra’s private playground whenever he stayed at the Sands.
Chandeliers (priced at $4,250), a marble-and-wood bar, and leather chairs are among the furnishings from the club that are expected to go quickly.
All told, about $1.5 million worth of merchandise is being sold off, from one-dollar towels and linens to the giant red velvet curtain that rose and fell on acts at the Copa Room. That curtain could fetch $5,000 to $10,000. Once the memorabilia is sold off, the Sands will be demolished to make way for a new billion-dollar casino.