Love the Chairman of the Board? Enough to buy his address book for almost $9,000?
Auctioneers say Frank Sinatra's book is not only filled with information regarding hundreds of friends, family members, musicians, politicians and athletes –– but also his favorite hotels, restaurants, travel arrangements and even clothing measurements.
And in a tongue-in-cheek style the Rat Pack was known for, on the cover of the book is a line Sinatra got from a fortune cookie: "Beware of friends who are false and deceitful." The smiley face is a nice touch, though.
The Washington Post reports the sale came just weeks after Sinatra's custom California villa went on the market. It's the same home he famously flew guests to for parties.
Sammy Davis Jr., Sinatra's friend and fellow star, kept an address book himself that was up for auction last year. However, the minimum bid of $4,000 wasn't reached.
But Marilyn Monroe beats Sinatra in terms of what her address book is worth. Five phone numbers belonging to Sinatra were listed in her book, which was auctioned in 2005 for roughly $90,000. Ain't that a kick in the head?
Frank Sinatra through the years
Frank Sinatra's address book sells for thousands at auction
CIRCA 1922: Pop singer Frank Sinatra poses for a portrait wearing a hat in circa 1922. (Photo by Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images)
BERGEN COUNTY, NJ - 1938: Pop singer Frank Sinatra poses for a mug shot after being arrested and charged with 'carrying on with a married woman' in 1938 in Bergen County, New Jersey. (Photo by Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images)
American singer and actor Frank Sinatra (1915 - 1998) (R) performs with musician and bandleader Tommy Dorsey (1905 -1956) (L), who conducts the Tommy Dorsey Orchestra, c. 1941. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
American singer and actor Frank Sinatra (1915 - 1998) stands on a ladder as he signs autographs for a crowd of fans, Los Angeles, California, 1943. (Photo by Gene Lester/Getty Images)
CIRCA 1945: American singer and actor Frank Sinatra (1915 - 1998) smiles in front of a vintage CBS radio microphone in circa 1945. (Photo by Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images)
BRONX, NY - 1949: Crooner Frank Sinatra and Phil Rizzuto of the New York Yankees share a laugh in the Yankee dugout at Yankee Stadium in the Bronx, New York. Sinatra was attending as part of the preparation for a role as a baseball player in the upcoming film, 'Take Me Out To The Ballgame'. (Photo by Kidwiler Collection/Diamond Images/Getty Images)
UNITED STATES - OCTOBER 01: Photo of Frank SINATRA; with Axel Stordahl at the Liederkrantz Hall, New York (Photo by William Gottlieb/Redferns)
Popular American entertainer Frank Sinatra (1915 - 1998) (right) laughs as comedian Red Skelton (born Richard Bernard Skelton, 1913 - 1997) clowns around during a segement of an episode of the television variety show 'Toast of the Town,' New York, New York, August 12, 1956. (Photo by Carl Mydans/The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images)
2nd June 1958: American singer and film actor Frank Sinatra (1915 - 1998) arriving at London Airport, after flying in from New York to spend a holiday in England before going on to Paris. (Photo by J. Wilds/Keystone/Getty Images)
27th April 1962: American actor and singer Frank Sinatra singing to crowds during a charity concert in Hibiya Park, Tokyo. (Photo by Keystone/Getty Images)
OCTOBER 2: Singer Frank Sinatra and bandleader Count Basie record in the studio on October 2, 1963. (Photo by Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images)
UNITED STATES - CIRCA 1965: Entertainer Frank Sinatra shaving his face in a mirror. (Photo by John Dominis/The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images)
American singer and actor Frank Sinatra checks the script during the making of 'The Lady In Cement' in Miami, 1968. (Photo by Terry O'Neill/Getty Images)
Frank Sinatra and Barbara Marx. (Photo by Ron Galella/WireImage)
THE TONIGHT SHOW STARRING JOHNNY CARSON -- Episode 11/14/1977 --Pictured: (l-r) Actor/comedian Don Rickles, guest host Frank Sinatra on Novemeber 14, 1977 (Photo by Gary Null/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images)