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|Beatles Story to exhibit George Harrison Cavern Club jacket|
[Posted by Adam Forrest on Monday, 11/19/12 12:20 pm] [Full Blog] [Tweet] [Facebook]
Liverpool's awarding-winning Beatles Story has teamed up with international auction house Bonhams to give Liverpool's music fans the opportunity to view a rare piece of Beatles history ahead of their December auction.
The 10 day exhibition will be launched on Friday November 23 at The Beatles Story with the unveiling of the leather jacket that George Harrison wore throughout the formative Beatles appearances in Hamburg and at Liverpool's Cavern Club between 1960 and 1962.
Jerry Goldman, Managing Director of Beatles Story says, "This collaboration is a terrific way for Beatles fans to see up close some of the world's most valuable and rare Beatles memorabilia. We are very excited by the opportunity to work with Bonhams and know that our visitors will benefit from the opportunity to see George Harrison's iconic jacket."
Stephanie Connell of Bonhams comments, "This leather jacket, instantly recognisable, an important part of the Beatles image in their early years, will be the highlight of our December Entertainment auction which includes over 100 items relating to The Beatles. This important piece of music memorabilia has never previously been offered at auction."
George Harrison's famous Cavern Club leather jacket exhibit opens with a special photo call event this Friday, November 23, 2012 at 9:30 am. The Beatles Story is located at Albert Dock in Liverpool. For more information, visit them at www.beatlesstory.com.
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