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    Beatles "London Palladium" Poster Group (NEMS/Louis Dow, 1964). Twenty 21" x 28.5" posters, all rolled, featuring the now-famous image of the Fab Four standing in front of a blue brick building with facsimile signatures printed next to them. Text on the lower margin reads The Beatles/London Palladium/Royal Command Performance 1963/Original Made in Great Britain/Litho by Louis F. Dow Co., U.S.A./1964 NEMS Enterprises Ltd.. These are from the vaults of the famous Wallich's Music City store on Sunset and Vine in Hollywood, California -- apparently these posters didn't all sell out in 1964 at the height of Beatlemania! Please note a few of the posters are slightly wrinkled at the edges due to being rolled for 50 years; otherwise, all are in Near MInt condition.

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    Auction Dates
    December, 2013
    12th Thursday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 4
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