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    Beatles Signed With The Beatles LP Sleeve, (Parlophone PMC 1206, 1963). Released in late November 1963, the Beatles' second long player had the biggest number of advance UK orders of any album to date - over a half million copies. With The Beatles zoomed to the top the British charts (displacing Please Please Me from number one), and it held that spot for the next 21 weeks. The autographs on this LP sleeve have been dated to late 1963, and were affixed to the back side as was the custom at the time. John and Paul have signed in blue ink, and George and Ringo have signed in black ink. This rare early signed LP sleeve is in Very Good condition, with all seams intact and only a few minor creases and stains - it will display beautifully. COA from Frank Caiazzo.

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    Auction Dates
    December, 2014
    6th Saturday
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