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  • Newly Released Beatles Images

    Newly released images of the Beatles famous 1964 U.S. tour are going up for auction in March. Omega Auctions of Stockport, England, will hold a sale of Beatles memorabilia to mark the 50th anniversary of the release of the Fab Four's first album in March 1963. Among the artifacts is a collection of rare color photographs from the group's 1964 tour, including this one of John Lennon.
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  • Newly Released Beatles Images

    The 65 color slides of the Beatles, taken both on- and off-stage during the Summer of 1964, come from the collection of Robert ''Bob'' Beck, a noted research physicist/inventor with an interest in photography. Beck died in 2002. They include another photo of Lennon.
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  • Newly Released Beatles Images

    A closeup of George Harrison.
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    Harrison performing on stage the summer of 1964.
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    The Fab Four meeting their U.S. fans.
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  • Newly Released Beatles Images

    The Beatles on tour in the United States the Summer of 1964.
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    Paul McCartney performing on stage.
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    A closeup of drummer Ringo Starr.
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  • Newly Released Beatles Images

    Omega Auctions expects the sale of the photos from the Beatles famed U.S. tour to net between $16,000 and $24,000. The auction will be broadcast live on March 22, 2013, via www.omegaauctions.co.uk.
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  • Newly Released Beatles Images

    The Beatles took the U.S. by storm on their first American tour.
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