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    The Beatles Liverpool Institute Class Photo (1956). A rolled class photo (measuring 8" x 42 ½") and a green book (measuring 3" x 4 ½") of the Liverpool Institute from 1956. Featured are a young Paul McCartney and George Harrison, along with Neil Aspinall (future head of Apple Corps, among many other things), Len Garry (future member of the Quarrymen), and John "Duff" Lowe (future member of the Quarrymen). Includes a Liverpool Institute green book belonging to Keith Berman, as well as photocopies, showing where each person of note is. Class photo is in Very Good Minus condition with various creases and tears, and the green book as various creasing spots. COA from Heritage Auctions.



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    August, 2020
    8th-9th Saturday-Sunday
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