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    The Beatles Guitar Brooches Set of Five on Backing Card Mfg. by Invicta Plastics (UK, 1964). Beatle fans in the know would pin a guitar brooch on before stepping out. A Fab way to show their loyalty that looked cool. Offered here is a rare set of original Beatle brooches with backing card. One for each Beatle plus group. Guitar is black with gold tone and color photo disc measuring approx: 4" long. The backing card measures approx: 5 ½" by 2". Guitars show some wear backing card has wear, yellowing and some creasing. All have a pin clasp on the back. Overall condition is Very Good Minus. It's getting harder to find a complete set so get yours here. From the Connie and Dennis Dailey Monumental Beatles Collection. COA from Heritage Auctions.

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    April, 2020
    4th-5th Saturday-Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 8
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