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    Beatles Memorabilia Collection of Jewelry (Circa 1964). A grouping of six items, a ready-made wardrobe of Beatle jewelry, as follows: (1) Gold-colored 1" x 1.25" locket with clasp and "The Beatles" in raised letters on the front, inside are four individual photos, on 22" chain; (2-3) Two leather-covered, snap-closed lockets with pullout photos in each, one white (on 24" chain), one gold (no chain); (3) A 1.375" diameter LP disc with Beatle faces embossed. "The Beatles MCMLXIV" on the back, with 20" chain; (5) A 7" charm bracelet with individual Beatle heads and a musical note, all backed with round discs; and (6) A permanent match on a keychain with "The Beatles" and facsimile signatures, dated 1966. Generally Very Good to Near Mint condition.

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    Auction Dates
    August, 2013
    10th Saturday
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