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    The Beatles Big Beat Guitar in Original Box by Selcol (UK, 1964). A true rarity and very hard to find especially in its original box. Plastic guitar measuring approx: 20 ½" long with orange and red colored body. Features white colored front variation, four strings with original stickers. Guitar shows some wear but no chips or cracks. The coffin-shaped cardboard display box measures approx: 21 ¼" x 7" x 3" and bears a 4 ¾" diameter color label a Beatle photo, facsimile autographs and the text: "Beatles Big Beat Guitar." Box has significant wear, tape residue, writing and some damage. One of the ends is missing but will display well. Add this desirable example to the collection. From The Connie and Dennis Dailey Monumental Beatles Collection. COA from Heritage Auctions.

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    April, 2020
    4th-5th Saturday-Sunday
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