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Goodfellas Authentic Worn Jacket owned by Henry Hill Real Life Mobster

Goodfellas Authentic Worn Jacket owned by Henry Hill Real Life Mobster

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Own a unique piece of mafia history with this authentic BKE jacket worn and owned by the real-life "Goodfella," Henry Hill. Immortalized in the best-selling book and critically acclaimed film Goodfellas, Hill's life as a mobster and eventual turn as a government informant has captured the imagination of fans worldwide. This BKE jacket, acquired by MJB from Hill's fiancé, Lisa Caserta, after his passing in 2012, offers an extraordinary opportunity to own a personal item from the legendary figure himself.

Product Features:

  • Authentic BKE jacket owned and worn by mobster Henry Hill
  • Comes with a Certificate of Authenticity and a signed letter from Hill's fiancé, Lisa Caserta, ensuring the item's provenance
  • Item ships affixed with MJB Memorabilia serial-numbered and tamper-proof authentication hologram for added security
  • FREE shipping to any destination worldwide

Don't miss this rare chance to own a genuine piece of mafia history, a BKE jacket that once belonged to the iconic Henry Hill. With its accompanying Certificate of Authenticity, signed letter from Lisa Caserta, and MJB Memorabilia authentication hologram, you can be confident in the item's authenticity and its connection to the legendary mobster.


Henry Hill, born on June 11, 1943, in New York City, was an American mobster and a member of the Lucchese crime family. His life in organized crime inspired the best-selling 1985 book Wiseguy: Life in a Mafia Family by Nicholas Pileggi and the highly acclaimed 1990 film Goodfellas, directed by Martin Scorsese. Hill's criminal career spanned over two decades and involved a wide range of activities, including drug trafficking, racketeering, and the infamous 1978 Lufthansa heist, which was one of the largest cash robberies in American history at the time.

In 1980, after being arrested on drug charges, Hill turned government informant and entered the Federal Witness Protection Program, testifying against his former associates in the Lucchese crime family. His cooperation with law enforcement led to the conviction of over 50 mobsters. Despite his criminal past, Hill managed to transform his life after leaving witness protection, working as a chef and authoring several books, including a cookbook titled The Wiseguy Cookbook. He passed away on June 12, 2012, at the age of 69, leaving behind a complex legacy as both a notorious gangster and a valuable government witness.

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