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    Beatles Official Ballpoint Pens (Set of Four Colors) by Press-Initial Corp (NEMS, 1964). Each of these 5" long writing pens are attached to an colorful and attractive 5" x 6" display card bearing the Beatles "Drop T" bass drumhead logo and a color group photo perfect for cutting out and placing in your Beatle wallet. An ink stamp has been added to the card stating that these four pens were "Distributed By: Hanover Pen Co., Hanover, PA." The pen features the group's heads on the pocket clip and the drum logo and facsimile autographs on the barrel. We offer four pens in different colors- white, red, green, and blue. Light wear to cards, overall Very Fine condition.

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    December, 2014
    6th Saturday
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