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RINGO STARR | Red spotted 'ruffle' shirt, c.1968

Margin Scheme

Estimate:

3,000 - 5,000 GBP

Property of Alan Herring

RINGO STARR | Red spotted 'ruffle' shirt, c.1968

RINGO STARR | Red spotted 'ruffle' shirt, c.1968

Estimate:

3,000 - 5,000 GBP

Lot sold:

6,875

GBP

Property of Alan Herring

RINGO STARR

Red and white spotted shirt, worn when a member of The Beatles


long sleeve with ruffled collar, rayon, tailor-made and unlabelled, c.1968, some loose threads


"Ringo gave me this red spotted ruffled shirt in the Summer of 1968, when he was having a wardrobe sort out at Sunny Heights his home at St. George’s Hill in Weybridge." (Alan Herring) Ringo can be seen wearing an identical shirt at a press screening of Yellow Submarine (8 July 1968) and in many private photographs of a similar date.


“This lot is accompanied by a letter of provenance.”


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