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    Beatles - Richard Starkey [Ringo Starr] Signed Check (UK, March 6, 1972). A printed National Westminster Bank Limited 8" x 3.5" company check, filled out in an unknown hand and signed by the former Beatle - using his birth name - in black ink: "Love/ R Starkey". Made payable to Ray Connelly (a misspelling of the name of English writer Ray Connolly perhaps?) for 75 pounds, dated March 6, 1972. Cancelled on March 9 of that year, with two binding holes along the upper edge, and two staple holes in the upper-left corner. Includes an 8.5" x 11" color photo of Starr, circa 1970s. Fine. COA from Heritage Auctions.

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    November, 2016
    12th Saturday
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