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    Piece of Stage from Early Beatles Venue. This 2" x 1" piece of particle board was removed from the large canopy housed the lighting gear over the stage of the Grosvenor Ballroom, a rowdy Merseyside venue known for its dance-floor rumbles. The Beatles played several gigs their in 1960-61, when they were known as the Silver Beetles and comprised of John, Paul, George, Stuart Sutcliffe, and Tommy Moore (and later with Pete Best replacing Moore as drummer). This fragment of the stage was removed in March, 2001, at the start of a planned renovation of the ballroom, and is one of only four pieces known to exist. It is in Excellent condition (for a piece of rubble) and has been matted and framed along with a printed essay on the history of the Grosvenor and three color 5" x 7" photos of the venue, to an overall size of 22" x 22". Accompanied by LOA from PSA/DNA.

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    October, 2006
    6th-7th Friday-Saturday
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