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    Beatles, Rolling Stones, Dave Clark 5, etc.: "16 Magazine's All Star Calendar 1966". A 17" x 11" vintage calendar featuring full page color photos of: The Beatles (Jan/Feb), Herman's Hermits (Mar/Apr), The Rolling Stones (May/Jun), Dino, Desi & Billy (Jul/Aug), Paul McCartney (Sep) / The Animals (Oct), and Dave Clark Five (Nov/Dec). Each calendar page has biographies of the group members. All pages separate and stapled together at the top. It's likely that not many of these were saved. Cover soiled but overall in Very Good condition. From the Connie and Dennis Dailey Monumental Beatle Collection.

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