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    Beatles Signed Hotel de la Plage Bar Menu (Jersey, Channel Islands,1963). Mere days after their final show at Liverpool's Cavern Club, the Fab Four made their last of four sold-out appearances at the Springfield Stadium ballroom on August 10, 1963. Here is a drink menu from the bar at the Hotel de la Plage in Jersey, with a cover autographed on that very night by all four Beatles - John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr- in blue ballpoint ink, and annotated in an unknown hand "The Beatles/ 10.45 pm/ 10th Aug '63". An absolute gem of a piece. Incredibly rare. Measures 4" x 6". With remnants of a previous mounting on the front and verso, scattered foxing, light toning and soiling. Very Good. COA by Heritage Auctions.

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    November, 2016
    12th Saturday
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