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DescriptionThe Beatles Original Licorice Record Candies Complete Set of Five (5) (UK, 1964). A very rare and desirable set. Mfd. by Clevedon Confectionery (Blackpool) Ltd. These were made under license; a 4" flat round piece of licorice with a paper photo insert inside a "picture sleeve" called "Long Eating Liquorice Record" with a list of the early Beatle hits shown and priced "10 cents". The five "records" in this lot include one of each Beatle and one of the group. Each example shows some wear, tearing and staining do to age, but appear as new old stock. The licorice candy is over 50 years old so i would not consume at this point. Great for display. From the Connie and Dennis Dailey Monumental Beatles Collection. COA from Heritage.
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