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Seinfeld Gives Smithsonian the 'Puffy Shirt'

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Seinfeld Gives Smithsonian the 'Puffy Shirt'

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Seinfeld Gives Smithsonian the 'Puffy Shirt'

Seinfeld Gives Smithsonian the 'Puffy Shirt'

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Jerry Seinfeld wears the "puffy shirt" designed by the girlfriend of his pal Kramer (Michael Richards) in a sitcom moment worthy of the Smithsonian. Castle Rock Entertainment hide caption

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This week, Jerry Seinfeld donated to the Smithsonian Institution in Washington the famous "puffy shirt," from the Seinfeld episode in which Jerry gets talked into wearing a pirate-like shirt designed by Kramer's girlfriend.

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