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    Beatles Vintage Jewelry Collection of Six Items (UK, 1964). First, a necklace pendant on a 16" gold-colored chain; the pendant is 1" in diameter, bordered in a gold-colored bezel, with a B&W group photo on front and "Yeh Yeh Yeh" stamped on the reverse, still on its original 3.75" x 8.5" display card with a color group photo and titles to their early hit songs, ©NEMS Ent Ltd, Mf'd by Randall. Next are four matching 1" charms with individual Beatle photos on front and stamped facsimile autographs on the back. Also, a 1" x 1.125" pull-out photo album locket hanging from a "bow" pin containing eleven Beatle photos. All show light to moderate wear with the card having a full horizontal crease and Ringo needing re-gluing, overall Very Good. From the Uwe Blaschke Beatles Collection.

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    September, 2015
    19th-20th Saturday-Sunday
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