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    Beatles - Hamburg Days Limited Edition Deluxe Boxed Set #132/250 (Genesis Publications, 1999). A lovely two-volume book set of photos by Astrid Kirchherrr and paintings by Klaus Voorman, the first two Beatle "superfans" from the band's Hamburg, Germany period, 1960-63. Included are the memories of Astrid and Klaus in over 80,000 words, along with more than 250 of Astrid's period photos and newly commissioned paintings and drawings from Klaus. If you've ever wondered what it must have been like to see the Beatles at this early stage in their career, this boxed set is for you. The books are printed on art paper with cloth binding; the main book has a plate signed by George Harrison, and the two books are held in a lithographed solander box with metal name plate. Very slight handling wear, otherwise Excellent condition.

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    December, 2013
    12th Thursday
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