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    Beatles Flicker-Picture Rings (Twenty-Four) on Original Easel Display Card by The Saymore Co. (USA, 1964). Eight blue plastic rings for each of the Fab Four inserted on an original 8" x 12" card with an easel back for store display. The images flicker back and forth between a head shot and "I'm George (or Paul...) Beatles". The display has a photo of each Beatle and tells you to "Watch 'Em Move" and to "Get All Four Different Rings" at only 29¢ each. On one of the back flaps is the statement that "These rings were manufactured under official license of the Beatles..." by the Saymore Co. of Memphis. Light wear to the display card, overall Very Fine condition.

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    December, 2014
    6th Saturday
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