The Beatles Rare Assortment of Four Dishes (UK, 1964)....
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DescriptionThe Beatles Rare Assortment of Four Dishes (UK, 1964). A rare and seldom seen lot indeed. 1) Small Bone china dish with performing Beetle bugs. Measures approx: 4" round by Royal Grafton in England; 2) Dish with black and white pose and facsimile signatures in blue. Measures approx: 5" round by Weatherby of Hanley exclusively for Ross of Mayfair, England; 3) Dish with color pose and facsimile signatures in black. This is the much rarer color version. Measures approx: 5" round by Weatherby of Hanley exclusively for Ross of Mayfair, England; 4) Square-shaped glass mini dish features all four fabs with facsimile signatures. Measuring approx: 3 3/4" square made in England. All pieces in overall Very Good Plus condition. A wonderful addition to the collection. COA from Heritage Auctions. From the Connie and Dennis Dailey Monumental Beatles Collection.
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