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    Beatles Rare "Special Offer" Form for the 1966 American Tour Book (Raydell Publishing, 1966). A single foldover sheet, printed on both sides, measuring 6.5" x 9.75" overall. The front is an order form for the "...all-new Autographed Beatles Picture Book - it's also the official program for the show you're going to see in August..." at only $1.25. The back is a solicitation from Sid Bernstein Enterprises to buy tickets for the August 23rd concert at Shea Stadium at $5.00 & $5.75. Below that, in bold type, is the phrase "Don't Forget - The Young Rascals". Bernstein was their manager and had earlier infuriated Brian Epstein when he flashed "The Rascals are Coming!" on the Shea Stadium scoreboard during the 1965 Beatles concert. Very Fine condition.

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    Auction Dates
    August, 2013
    10th Saturday
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