The Beatles Programs (3) (circa early 1960s). . ...Click the image to load the highest resolution version.
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DescriptionThe Beatles Programs (3) (circa early 1960s).
Three programs that feature the Beatles in the early days, just before Beatlemania took over the world. Includes: 1) Orange program with the name "Frank Ifield" on the cover. Has Beatles features on the fourth page. Measures 7" x 9.4". In Good condition with a fold mark down the center cover; 2) Orange (with white stripes) program with "the beatles / a john smith presentation / john leyton" printed on the cover. The Beatles have two pages devoted to them on the first two pages. Measures 7" x 9.5". In Good condition with fading and smudges throughout the cover; 3) Orange (with white stripe) "Little Richard at the Tower" program. 1962. Features the Beatles on two pages in the middle of the program. Measures 7" x 8.5". In Fair condition with loss in the upper right corner. From the Connie and Dennis Dailey Monumental Beatles Collection. COA from Heritage Auctions.
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