We recently unearthed two wonderful Beatles postage, both of which retain a vintage feel and take you right back to the glory days of the fab four.
Maureen Cleave with The Beatles: Rare original 1964 UK Evening Standard Poster, advertises the Beatles interview with London Evening Standard reporter Maureen Cleave. Featuring a great black & white image of the Fab Four with Maureen, above is a blue & white outline of the skyscrapers of New York, with black text across the top, and the Evening Standard red & white logo along the bottom. Measuring 12½” x 19″ in size, this has been stored folded for many years, with some light creasing, otherwise remains in an amazing condition for something made of fragile paper and almost fifty five years old. £495
Beatles Invade TV Times: Rare original 1963 UK TV Times Poster, advertising the group being on the latest issue of the magazine, after a little search this would have been from the 8th November as the same image is used on the cover. The group were appearing in the Royal Variety Performance at the London Palladium, this is now known famously for John Lennon’s famous remark ‘If you are in the cheap seats clap your hands, but if you are in the dear seats rattle your jewellery’. Featuring a great black & white image of the Fab Four with ‘Beatles Invade TV Times’ black text at the top, ‘Back Front & Inside’ red & black text below the image at the TV Times red & white logo at the bottom. £350
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