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THE BEATLES | Set of signatures, with letter of authenticity

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THE BEATLES | Set of signatures, with letter of authenticity

THE BEATLES | Set of signatures, with letter of authenticity

Estimate:

3,000

to
- 5,000 GBP

Lot sold:

22,680

GBP

THE BEATLES

SET OF SIGNATURES


Signed by all four Beatles in black ball point, on a single leaf of lined paper (137 x 69mm), signed in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 23 November 1963, laid down on card (178 x 175mm), and encapsulated within a PSA/DNA protective holder with label (graded "NM-MT 8", certificate 84148892) 

[with:] Letter of authenticity by Tracks Ltd., 2018


AN ATTRACTIVE AND CLEAR SET OF SIGNATURES. The Beatles signed this sheet of paper for a journalist at Newcastle City Hall on 23 November 1963. They performed at the hall as part of the Autumn 1963 UK tour.  


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 Slight spotting, light soiling to backing card


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