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    Beatles Band Signed Autograph Book (1962). This nondescript small black leatherette autograph book contains one of the most desirable collections of Beatles autographs to be found. The book has been signed on the sixteenth page by all four members of the band -- John and Paul in blue ballpoint, George and Ringo in black. McCartney added the inscription "Best wishes/The Beatles" at the top of the page, John signed "with love", and he, George, and Ringo each added X's. The autographs were obtained by a fan after the group's December 2, 1962, performance at the Embassy Theatre in Peterborough, and are excellent examples of their signature from that period. The page is in Excellent condition with minimal wear, and the book overall is in Fine to very Fine condition with some mild wear and some looseness in the binding. Accompanied by an LOA from Beatles historian Frank Caiazzo and a COA from PSA/DNA.

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    October, 2008
    4th-6th Saturday-Monday
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