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    The Beatles Set Of Four Statuettes Ltd. Edition Signed by Artist From World of Groggs, Wales (4). Nice display set of the Fab Four made form Ceramic, Resin and Porcelain. Each piece signed and numbered. 1) John Lennon-150/500 measuring approximately: 11" tall by 6" wide at John's guitar Near Mint condition; 2) Paul McCartney-115/500 measuring approximately: 11" by 5.5" at Paul's guitar Near Mint condition; 3) George Harrison-9/5000 measuring approximately: 11" tall by 6.5" wide at George's guitar Very Good Plus condition; 4) Ringo Starr-99/500 measuring approximately: 10" tall by 6" wide. There has been a repair on Ringo's upper torso from the front around to the back of his neck. Overall, in Good condition. From the Connie and Dennis Dailey Monumental Beatles Collection. COA from Heritage Auctions.

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    August, 2020
    8th-9th Saturday-Sunday
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