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    The Beatles Guitar Brooches Set of Seven on Card Rare by Invicta Plastics (UK, 1964). A rare set of original Beatle guitar brooches with backing card. 1-4) One for each Beatle with color photo disc; 5) Group image with sepia tone photo disc; 6) A rare Paul green guitar brooch with backing card. The card has writing on the front. Detached from pin and backing card; 7) Black guitar brooch with sepia tone group photo on a rare yellow and blue backing card. Guitars measures approx: 4"long. The backing cards measures approx: 5 ½" by 2". Guitars show some wear and the backing cards have wear, yellowing and creasing. Overall condition is Very Good Minus. It's hard to find these in any form especially with alternate colors. Nice display set. 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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