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    The Beatles Signed Hotel de la Plage Menu (1963).
    A cocktail menu from the Hotel de la Plage, Jersey, Channel Islands, signed by all four members of the Beatles on the front in blue ballpoint pen. The autographs were obtained at the venue on August 10th 1963 after the group performed a concert at the Springfield Ballroom earlier in the evening. The original recipient of the autographs added the date and time that the autographs were received. When closed, the menu measures 4" x 6". In Good condition with foxing and toning throughout, as well as green smudges on the list of cocktails on the back. COAs from Tracks Ltd. and Heritage Auctions.


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    Auction Dates
    July, 2019
    20th-21st Saturday-Sunday
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