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    Beatles Solo Projects Group of Proof Slicks. This set of art department proofs includes: front cover slicks for John Lennon's "Imagine"; front and back cover slicks for George Harrison's "Electronic Sound," front and back laminated proofs for the 45 single "When We Was Fab," and front and back cover slicks for his "Best of" (two punch holes in middle of the top slick); and front, back, and inner gatefold cover slicks for Paul McCartney's "Ram,"1 front and back cover slicks for "Wildlife" by Wings, and front, back, and inner gatefold slicks for "Red Rose Speedway" (with a minor crease to topo of front cover); plus a front cover slick for "Straight Up" by Badfinger. All are in Excellent condition unless otherwise noted.

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    April, 2006
    14th-15th Friday-Saturday
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