This framed Beatles memorabilia collage celebrates the early "Fab Four" recordings and appearance. It includes the group's 1963 album Please, Please Me, a great color photo of John, Paul, George and Ringo each holding one of their earliest albums (including Please, Please Me, held by John), and two other mid-to-late 60s group photos, a replica concert ticket and "free tickets" coupon and an authentic, unused Paul McCartney backstage pass. Honor the Beatles amazing legacy with this fantastic large memorabilia collage.
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- 8x10 color photo of the group from the early-60s
- Three color candid and on-stage photos from the early-to-mid 60s
- Beatles 1963 album Please, Please Me album cover and record
- Authentic unused Paul McCartney "Back In The U.S." 2002 tour backstage pass
- Replica Beatles concert ticket from their Aug. 15, 1966 concert in Washington, D.C. at D.C. Stadium
- Replica coupon for "free tickets to the Beatles at Maple Leaf Gardens in Toronto, Canada" concert
- Engraved nameplate
- Beautifully framed piece measuring approx. 27.5" x 39.5"
- MusicGoldmine Premier Framing with custom black/white double matting
- Item in photo is exact item you will receive, one-of-a-kind
- Fantastic, custom collectible for any Beatles fan
- FREE insured shipping to continental U.S.
- International shipping available
The Beatles formed in England in 1960 with the group's founding lineup composed primarily of John Lennon and Paul McCartney, and later crystallizing when George Harrison and Ringo Starr joined the line up. The "Fab Four" have become the most influential band in history and are also the best-selling, with a figure estimated at over 800 million records sold worldwide.
They have achieved more Gold® and Platinum® RIAA sales awards than any group in history, were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame in 1988 and all four were also inducted individually in the span of 1984 to 2015.
The individual members of a group with so many accomplishments would naturally go on to find great success as solo artists as well and all four achieved significant acclaim with solo albums and guest appearances. Lennon's live was tragically cut short by a crazed fan in New York City in 1980, while Harrison sadly succumbed to cancer in 2001. McCartney and Starr continue to release music and tour today.