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DescriptionThe Beatles Paul McCartney Lock of Hair from A Hard Days Night (March 25th,1964) Plus Personally Worn Piece of Shirt. Very unique and different. A lock of actual hair from Paul McCartney. Originally cut March 25th, 1964 at Twickenham Studios during off screen hair sessions during the making of A Hard Days Night. Obtained from the head of the makeup department John O'Gorman. The hair was swept up from the floor and saved after styling cuts were given to the Beatles. Also includes a piece of Paul's personally worn shirt and a nice Photo of Paul. The overall piece measures approx: 8" by 10" and is in Near Mint condition. Add this lock of Paul's hair and piece of shirt to the collection. Comes with COA, LOA, Certificate of Provenance, Letter of Provenance and Certification of Origin. COA from Heritage Auctions.
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