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    The Beatles Friends Acoustic Guitar Signed by Sid Bernstein, Pete Best, Andy White, Len Garry, Rod Davis & Colin Hanton. Wow! What a rare and desirable guitar. A Mitchell model MD-100 acoustic hand signed by: 1) Sid Bernstein he writes: "I brought the Beatles to Shea Stadium on 8-15-65"; 2) Pete Best writes "The Beatles"; 3) Andy White writes "Love Me Do"; 4) Len Garry, Rod Davis and Colin Hanton past members of the Quarrymen. A Beatles sticker on the front. Guitar has a chip on the top portion of the body, as well as a few light marks and scuffs on the back. Overall, in Very Good Plus condition. Box is also included. From the Connie and Dennis Dailey Monumental Beatle Collection. COA from Heritage Auctions.

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    December, 2020
    6th Sunday
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