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Scarce 1964 Beatles Concert at Philadelphia Convention Hall Unused Full Ticket

Lot Number 1310

Quantity: Bid Starts: 12/03/2021 12:00:00 
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Just last year, an unused full ticket from the first concert of the Beatles' debut U.S. tour sold for over $12,000. That performance was in Washington D.C. on February 2nd—a week before their blockbuster 
Ed Sullivan Show appearance. Half a year later, the Fab Four was back for their North American tour, including this concert at Philadelphia's Convention Hall before a crowd of just over 12,000. Likewise unused and full, the scarce survivor measures 1-1/2" x 3-1/2" and bears heavy staining and a vertical pocket fold, yet presents much nicer with "THE BEATLES" in large block lettering for maximum eye appeal. One indicator of rarity is the sheer fact that PSA's Population Report acknowledges just 3 stub submissions and zero full-ticket submissions.

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