McCartney, Starr, Harrison Signed Jim Marshall Last Ever Beatles Concert 24x16 Print - BB COA
Designer: B.B. Authenticated
Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr and the late George Harrison have each hand-signed this double paged print taken by legendary rock photographer Jim Marshall of the last time the Beatles ever left the stage together on August 29, 1966 at Candlestick Park in San Francisco. This piece is made up of 2 loose pages, each page measuring 10x20 inches and is of cardstock quality. Each page has been removed from the famous rock n roll picture book titled “Rolling Stone Images of Rock & Roll”. Each page will be shipped loose with the matt that can be used to frame and present them together if you wish. The black matt shown measures 24x16 inches. Each signature was acquired in-person by well-respected in-person collector Brad Byrne. George Harrison signed this June 18, 2000 at his hotel in Montreal as he attended the Formula 1 race. Ringo Starr signed it July 2001 at Toronto’s Lester Pearson International Airport Terminal 3 Arrivals Level as he arrived into Canada to start rehearsals for that summers All-Starr Band Tour. Paul McCartney signed this April 13, 2002 at a private jet facility within Toronto’s Lester Pearson International Airport as he arrived into town for a show that night. This item will come with an original Frank Caiazzo Letter of Authenticity that details exactly where and when each signature was acquired. Frank Caiazzo is known as the Number 1 Authority on Beatles Handwriting in the World. A.J. Sports World guarantees this item will pass any reputable 3rd party authentication (PSA, JSA or Beckett). The Beatles' final live concert took place on 29 August 1966 at Candlestick Park in San Francisco, California. Ringo Starr said of that night "There was a big talk at Candlestick Park that this had got to end. At that San Francisco gig it seemed that this could possibly be the last time, but I never felt 100% certain till we got back to London. John wanted to give up more than the others. He said that he'd had enough." Just before leaving the stage, John Lennon teasingly played the opening bars of In My Life, before running off to join the rest of the group backstage. The Beatles were quickly taken to the airport in an armoured car. They flew from San Francisco to Los Angeles, arriving at 12.50am. During the flight George Harrison was heard to exclaim: "That's it, then. I'm not a Beatle anymore." This item comes from the personal and private collection of well-known respected in-person autograph collector Brad Byrne of B.B. Authenticated. Brad has been collecting in-person authentic autographs for over 20 years. Each signature he acquires was signed in-person and can always be sourced to exactly where and when it was signed. Brad is on the front lines of the in-person autograph industry and will only provide customers with authentic signatures that he and his staff personally witnessed being signed. Whether at an airport in Brazil, or a hotel in London, Brad is on-site to procure the finest quality in-person signatures. He has met and acquired in-person signatures from icons such as: Paul McCartney, George Harrison, Elton John, The Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin, The Who and many other rock, film, sports and political figures. He is regarded as one of the foremost experts in the contemporary in-person autograph field. Brad was featured in two broadcast television documentaries. The shows documented his encounters with celebrities such as Paul McCartney, Keith Richards and Michael Jordan. The documentary series followed Brad on countless autograph adventures exposing the audience to a rarely seen and private world of celebrity and the people who “hound” them. Brad Byrne is regarded as one of the foremost experts in the contemporary in-person autograph field.