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    Beatles Apple Records Dart Board (1968). A high quality regulation 17.75" diameter dart board with the numbers indicating the various scoring sections of the board made of wire. "Apple Records" is printed at the top and the Apple logo is at center, both in the Apple green color, "Made in England" is printed below. Mounted in a display box with three green darts and a placard reading "'The Apple Dart Board' Presented to Artists and Executives of Apple Records Corp." A rarely seen example of late-1960s Beatles memorabilia, especially in this condition. 23" x 23" x 2.25" overall. Excellent condition, board appears as new. From the Connie & Dennis Dailey Monumental Beatles Collection.

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    Auction Dates
    November, 2018
    3rd Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 9
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