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    Beatles Collection of North American Tour Programs for All Three Summer Tours (US, 1964-1966). These 12" square tour programs were all titled "Beatles Ltd." and sold not only at the Beatles US concerts, but also through the American Official Beatles National Fan Club. They are as follows. 1964: Twenty-eight pages with photography by Robert Freeman; cover is from the With the Beatles photo session. Tour lasted from August 19 to September 20. 1965: Thirty-two pages with photography by Robert Freeman; cover photo from the Beatles for Sale album. Tour ran from August 15-31. 1966: Thirty-six pages with photography by Robert Whitaker. Tour ran from August 12-29. All in Fine condition, the 1966 book missing a staple. From the Uwe Blaschke Beatles Collection.

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    Auction Dates
    September, 2015
    19th-20th Saturday-Sunday
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