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    The Beatles Two Vintage Scarfs, One Irish Linen (3) (1960's).
    Beatlemania swept the World and many cool items were produced. 1) Scarf measuring approx: 27" square has autographs covering entire surface; underlying design is four large records with Beatles in the center of each. Has some slight soiling, loose threading, and wear. 2) Scarf Mfd. by Blackpool Publishers (UK) measuring approx: 26" square and features several group poses and a face shot in each corner with facsimile autographs. Shows light soiling with wear. 3) Linen Mfd. by Ulster (Ireland) measures approx: 20" by 30" white linen wall hanging with Beatles pictures in Burgundy various musical instruments around the border. Some wear. From the Connie and Dennis Dailey Monumental Beatles Collection. COA from Heritage.

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    November, 2019
    16th-17th Saturday-Sunday
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