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    The Beatles Full Boxes of Paste Philippines (2) (circa 1970s).
    Mfd. by H.H. Chemical these small size tubes came in various colors. The "Beatles Paste" is embossed on each tube and measuring approx: 3 ½" per tube the paste has long dried up. Each box measures approx: 9" by 4" by 2 ¼" Sticker on the end of box, contains 36 tubes and will look nice on display. Another unusual piece of Beatles history especially with the troubles they had in the Philippines. From the Connie and Dennis Dailey Monumental Beatles Collection. COA from Heritage Auctions.

    More Information: The Beatles arrived in Manila after a stint in Japan on the afternoon of July 3, 1966 and the entire trip began to spiral out of control immediately. The band was seemingly kidnapped at the airport by an armed militia, and though protected, were held on a yacht and paraded around as party guests of a rich industrialist. After unintentionally snubbing the Philippine president and first lady, the Beatles played two shows on July 4 to a total of 80,000 screaming fans, but received death threats at their hotel and the British embassy from fierce loyalists to the president. When they finally reached the airport on July 5 after a terrifying trek through the city, they were assaulted by the same men who abducted them upon their arrival, with John and Ringo even receiving punches to the face. After more harassment and intimidation, the band was allowed to leave the country. They stopped in India for a two-day stay, and played their final concert over a month later at San Francisco's Candlestick Park.

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    November, 2019
    16th-17th Saturday-Sunday
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