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Beatles Newspaper Book

Beatles Newspaper Book

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The Beatle's music will live on and this collection of news will help to keep their memory alive
  • Black and white pages only

  • Available with recipient's name embossed on the front

  • Black gift box available for additional £5 retail

    • Your text will be printed exactly as you have entered it, so please double check spelling, punctuation and capitalisation.
    • Accents and other symbols cannot be printed

    Details

    This book celebrates the four young men from Liverpool, whose music took the world by storm and who became the pop icons of the 1960s. Beatlemania started in the UK in 1963 and followed the Fab Four everywhere they went, as screaming fans across the globe packed venues and airports to get a glimpse of their idols. National newspaper reports from the time are reproduced here to provide a snapshot of life with the Beatles. Their phenomenal rise to fame, their break up, the death of John Lennon, manager Brian Epstein and George Harrison. The Beatle's music will live on and this collection of news will help to keep their memory alive too. Bound in a hard cover this is a superb memento for any Beatle fan. The introduction page can be personalised with a name and a message and the front cover can also be gold embossed with a name. Size 380X310mm.

    Additional Information

    SKU 0602100X0100
    Standard Dispatch Lead Time 1-2 Days
    Notes This product is exempt from VAT
    Standard Carriage £5.00
    RRP from £39.99
    SKU 060210020100
    Weight (grams) 1454
    Dimensions (mm) 331 x 380 x 12
    Standard Dispatch Lead Time 1-2 days
    Notes This product is exempt from VAT
    Barcode ISBN 978-1-78271-170-4
    Standard Carriage £5.00
    RRP £44.99 or £49.99 if embossing selected
    SKU 060210010100
    Weight (grams) 1454
    Dimensions (mm) 330 x 380 x 12
    Standard Dispatch Lead Time 1-2 days
    Notes This product is exempt from VAT
    Barcode ISBN 978-1-78271-160-5
    Standard Carriage £5.00
    RRP £59.99