On February 9, 1964 70,000,000 television sets were tuned in to CBS to hear Ed Sullivan say "Ladies & Gentlemen-the BEATLES."


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Beautiful, 31mm brass, 1964 coins mounted in a 2 3/8 inch by 3 1/4 inch presentation case with colorful, miniature, concert ticket graphics. Although minted in 1964, the coins are in near mint condition.
Gold 1964 Special ticket. The Beatles First Appearance Ed Sullivan Show Unused VIP Ticket dated February 9, 1964. An unnumbered orange ticket noted as "CBS Studio 50 Presents the Ed Sullivan Show, February 9, 1964, Admit One", specially printed to give to important guests and employees, and unlike the mail-order tickets usually sent out by request. The story goes that there were over 500,000 ticket requests for this very important broadcast, featuring the debut American appearance of the Beatles, for a theater that seated a little over 700.
February 16, 1964 ticket #635
1964 Beatles first USA visit with noted flag pose. Prior to their arrival in the United States, The Beatles were asked to take promotional shots for their debut on US soil. The flag that is featured in this photo was borrowed from the US embassy in Paris and was escorted by the United States military to the George V hotel where The Beatles posed for the iconic image. This photograph was also featured on the cover of Time Magazine.

1963 BEATLES CHRISTMAS SHOW PROGRAM- A faithfull reproduction program for the Beatles 1963 Christmas Show. $18

1969 ROCK & ROLL REVIVAL 1969 PRODUCER PASS-PLASTIC ONO BAND-On September 13th, 1969 at the University of Toronto's Varsity Stadium there was a concert Rolling Stone magazine called the second most important event in rock & roll history. The Toronto Rock & Roll Revival. The line-up reads like a who's who of rock. The Doors, John Lennon with Eric Clapton, Chuck Berry, Little Richard, Jerry Lee Lewis, Gene Vincent, Bo Diddley, Jr. Walker, Alice Cooper, Chicago and others. YOU CAN COUNT ON ONE HAND HOW MANY DIFFERENT TICKETS WOULD BE AVAILABLE TO SEE POST BEATLES JOHN LENNON. THIS SHOW WAS ONE OF THE FEW. JOHN & YOKO'S BAND CONSISTED OF CLAPTON, WHITE AND VOORMANN. The album "Live Peace In Toronto" and single "Cold Turkey" came out of this performance. The pass is in near mint condition with some age yellowing. Blank back. The "GDM Enterprises" lettering is not on the pass. $350


PAUL MCCARTNEY 1989/90 TOUR PROGRAM-This is the large (11"x16") 34 page concert program you had to buy at the concerts. This shows only light storage wear and is in near mint condition. Great piece of McCartney history. $35


RINGO STARR 1992 TOUR PROGRAM- Large 9 1/2"x13", 24 page, tour program for Ringo Starr and his All-Starr Band. In near mint condition. $25