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    Beatles Counter Display and Advertisement for Beatles Rings Circa 1964 (US). Including: 1) 4" x 8" counter display with six Beatles plastic rings featuring portraits of each Beatle with an extra Paul and Ringo example. The display is captioned "Official Beatles Rings" with portraits of each Beatle below and showing a price of .15 cents each. The reverse of the display is marked "These rings were manufactured under official license of the BEATLES, and our rights will be fully protected." The cardboard of the display is slightly toned, otherwise in fine condition. 2) 17.5" x 5.25" paper store sign "Official Beatle Rings". With smoothed folds, thumb tack holes in the corner and small loss at the right edge, otherwise Very Good condition. From the Connie and Dennis Dailey Monumental Beatles Collection.

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    July, 2018
    21st Saturday
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