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Old 04-06-2014, 01:07 PM
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Default A bit O/T...The Beatles in Concert

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I posted this on the other side in an old publication thread. It will no doubt get buried on the other side so I want to pose the question here. This flier/poster? was found in a box of old hobby periodicals. It is sort of self explanatory concerning what it is but does anyone know if it is valuable, seen others...have one...etc? It is approximately 8 1/2 x 12 on crate type paper. Not too, too thick but thicker than normal writing paper. Sort of like the old Big Chief tablets but a little thicker. I had mentioned how it would have been cool to have seen the Beatles in Concert...and seeing them for free would have topped it off. Edited to add, a quick search on ebay shows that repros sell for around $10 on ebay and at first they looked real...but this one is real (I think, but actually maybe not).
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It wasn't free, Leon. 2/6 (read "two and six") means 2 shillings and six pence, 3/ means 3 shillings.

If real, yes, it is valuable.

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It wasn't free, Leon. 2/6 (read "two and six") means 2 shillings and six pence, 3/ means 3 shillings.

If real, yes, it is valuable.
I am almost sure it's real...the paper is crumbling. It has a very 53 yrs old paper feel to it. Woops, misunderstood the no admission phrase. Nope, no one let in after 930!!

And want to also add, I am told that this is almost impossible to be real ....
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