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    The Beatles Vintage Aprons Green with Fabs, Records, Notes & Gold with Faces and Facsimile Signatures (2) (1964). Rare and seldom seen original Aprons. 1) Gold and white with oval faces and facsimile signatures. Made from the same material used for the dresses. Measuring approx: 39" Tall by 22" wide. The belt tie is approx: 64" wide with a neck collar and front pocket. In Very Good Plus condition; 2) Green and white with the Beatles playing, records and musical notes. Measuring approx: 21"tall by 31" wide. The belt tie is approx: 67" with front pocket. In Very Good Plus condition. Wear these classic examples in the kitchen or put on display. 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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