"When the Beatles were depressed-thinking the group is going nowhere, and this is a shitty deal, and we're in a shitty dressing room-I'd say, 'Where are we going, fellas?' And they'd go, 'To the top Johnny!' And I'd say, 'Where's that fellas?' and they'd say, 'To the toppermost of the poppermost!' and I'd say 'Right!' Then we'd all sort of cheer up." JOHN




ALL FOUR BEATLES WORN CLOTHING DISPLAY-Unique 3 1/2"x5 3/4", 1" thick clear lucite holder with digital watercolor graphics and actual swatches from all four Beatles clothing consisting of: A pair of black trousers/pants worn by John Lennon in 1967. Originally acquired in the early 80's directly from Gordon Millings whose father was the owner of Millings & Son tailor shop. This was the famous tailor shop used by the Beatles, many movie stars, and other important music figures. Acquired through the British auction house of Cooper & Owen. The trousers have the original Millings and Son bevo label and the additional label with hand written notes with a "John Lennon July 1967." The material was removed from the grey lining area. A swatch from a dark gray, black velvet collar, suit coat worn by Paul McCartney circa 1963-64. Acquired through the British auction house of Cooper & Owen. The suit coat/jacket has the tailor label removed and was probably donated to a charity, at some time, as the jacket is autographed twice (lapel area and interior liner). The material was removed from the interior seam area. A swatch, from a white cotton tie, owned by Ringo Starr and donated to charity. Ringo signed the tie in the late 70's, early 80's era. A swatch from a black , with color pig design, tie owned by George Harrison. George signed this in black sharpie pen in 1989-90 for the recipient (assistant tour manager and head of security for Eric Clapton, 1973-96 and Harrison friend Alfie O'Leary). Sold through a Christie's (London) auction. The swatch was removed from the reverse tip. All material was removed by a professional seamstress so as to not damage the garments. The display comes in a dark blue, cloth, zipper case and laminated COA cards on each swatch. $200

FULL VIEW ONE , FULL VIEW TWO





ALL FOUR BEATLES WORN CLOTHING & STAMP DISPLAY-A unique 3 1/2 x 5 3/4 inch by 1/2 inch thick, clear lucite holder with swivel base with colorful custom graphics of the Hallmark stamps and actual swatches of material removed from clothing worn/owned by all four Beatles. JOHN LENNON-swatch from a pair of black trousers/pants worn by John in 1967. Originally acquired in the early 80's directly from Gordon Millings whose father was the owner of Millings & Son tailor shop. This was the famous tailor shop used by the Beatles, many movie stars, and other important music figures. Acquired through the British auction house of Cooper & Owen. The trousers have the original Millings and Son bevo label and the additional label with hand written notes with a "John Lennon July 1967." The material was removed from the waist lining area. PAUL MCCARTNEY-swatch from a dark gray, black velvet collar, suit coat worn by Paul circa 1963-64. Acquired through the British auction house of Cooper & Owen. The suit coat/jacket has the tailor label removed and was probably donated to a charity, at some time, as the jacket is autographed twice (lapel area and interior liner). The material was removed from the interior seam area. GEORGE HARRISON-an actual swatch from an orange, green, brown, and silver pailsey pattern 1960's, India style, kurta worn by George Harrison in India. This 2 piece kurta was acquired by George from the Westwood, California Sat Purush Boutique. A small swatch of material was removed from the interior pocket area. RINGO STARR-swatch from a white cotton tie, owned by Ringo Starr and donated to charity. Ringo signed the tie in the late 70's, early 80's era. A small fragment of material (on the interior liner) was removed. All material was removed by a professional seamstress so as to not damage the garments. On the reverse of the artwork display card are a complete set of 4 individual and 1 group Beatles stamps from the original 1964 Hallmark stamp issue. The display comes with laminated COA cards on each swatch. $200

FULL VIEW ONE , FULL VIEW TWO, FULL REAR/STAMP/VIEW





JOHN LENNON & PAUL MCCARTNEY WORN CLOTHING DISPLAY-Unique 3 1/2"x5 3/4", 1/2" thick clear lucite holder with swivel base with colorful graphics and an actual swatch from a pair of black trousers/pants worn by John Lennon in 1967. Originally acquired in the early 80's directly from Gordon Millings whose father was the owner of Millings & Son tailor shop. This was the famous tailor shop used by the Beatles, many movie stars, and other important music figures. Acquired through the British auction house of Cooper & Owen. The trousers have the original Millings and Son bevo label and the additional label with hand written notes with a "John Lennon July 1967." After careful inspection and consideration it was determined that a small fragment of material (left by the tailor) could be removed without compromising the integrity of the trousers. The material was removed from the cuff area. The removal was done by a professional seamstress. The display also contains a swatch from a dark gray, black velvet collar, suit coat worn by Paul McCartney circa 1963-64. Acquired through the British auction house of Cooper & Owen. The suit coat/jacket has the tailor label removed and was probably donated to a charity, at some time, as the jacket is autographed twice (lapel area and interior liner). After careful inspection and consideration it was determined that a small fragment of material (left by the tailor) could be removed without compromising the integrity of the coat. The material was removed from the interior seam area. The removal was done by a professional seamstress. To make this an even more incredible display we have added an actual color film frame showing John and Paul at the mike at Shea Stadium. What a wonderful display! This display comes with a laminated COA card on the swatch and one for the film frames. THIS IS THE ULTIMATE DISPLAY FOR THE GREATEST SONG WRITING TEAM IN HISTORY. $100

FRONT VIEW , SIDE VIEW , CLOSEUP VIEW





JOHN LENNON & PAUL MCCARTNEY "1957 YOU SHOULDA BEEN THERE" WORN CLOTHING DISPLAY-Unique 3 1/2"x5 3/4", 1/2" thick clear lucite holder with swivel base with colorful graphics and an actual swatch from a pair of black trousers/pants worn by John Lennon in 1967. Originally acquired in the early 80's directly from Gordon Millings whose father was the owner of Millings & Son tailor shop. This was the famous tailor shop used by the Beatles, many movie stars, and other important music figures. Acquired through the British auction house of Cooper & Owen. The trousers have the original Millings and Son bevo label and the additional label with hand written notes with a "John Lennon July 1967." After careful inspection and consideration it was determined that a small fragment of material (left by the tailor) could be removed without compromising the integrity of the trousers. The material was removed from the cuff area. The removal was done by a professional seamstress. The display also contains a swatch from a dark gray, black velvet collar, suit coat worn by Paul McCartney circa 1963-64. Acquired through the British auction house of Cooper & Owen. The suit coat/jacket has the tailor label removed and was probably donated to a charity, at some time, as the jacket is autographed twice (lapel area and interior liner). After careful inspection and consideration it was determined that a small fragment of material (left by the tailor) could be removed without compromising the integrity of the coat. The material was removed from the interior seam area. The removal was done by a professional seamstress. This display also contains 2 original, b/w film frame images, from stills, used in a documentary film showing John Lennon playing on stage on 6 July, 1957, THE DAY JOHN AND PAUL MET! This display comes with a laminated COA card on the swatch and one for the film frames. $95

FRONT VIEW , SIDE VIEW , CLOSEUP VIEW





BRICK FRAGMENT CAVERN CLUB WALL DISPLAY-Unique, hand made, 3"x11 1/2"x13 1/2" shadow box with with a handpainted, inset, "Cavern Club" wall with 2 miniature guitars leaning up against it. The frame is a dark wood with worm hole effect enhancing the vintage look. The hand painted wall is surrounded by solid Caven Club brick fragments. This took a whole lot of brick to make! A word of note: when I was making the display I unknowing sealed a small piece of loose brick under and behind the display. So, you can hear it move around if you move the display. You cannot see it so it does not affect the display at all. Very cool item. A total of 291 bricks were salvaged and sold by Cavern City Tour Ltd. Your fragments of brick came from one of those 291 bricks! A copy of the CC Tour COA will be provided. This is a great looking display. A real one-of-a-kind display. $200.00


PICTURES- Full View , Closeup





ST. PETER'S CHURCH HALL WOOD STAGE DISPLAY-A unique 3"x 4", 1/4" thick clear plastic holder with colorful graphics and an actual piece of wood from the Woolton St. Peters Hall stage where John Lennon Met Paul McCartney on 6 July, 1957. This display also contains a custom guitar pick. This stage side wall section of the Hall of St. Peters Church was recovered during a 2002 renovation. $35.00


PICTURES- Full Interior View , Full View , Full Side View






ABBEY ROAD STUDIOS WOOD FLOOR DISPLAY-A unique 3"x 4", 1/4" thick clear plastic holder with colorful graphics and an actual piece of wood from the parquet wood floor in Studio #2 at the famous Abbey Road Studios in London, England. This display also contains a fully licensed, custom guitar pick and a single film frame, from a documentary film, of Beatles producer George Martin. This section of wood floor was recovered during a 1985 repair. $35.00


PICTURES- Film Frame , Full View , Full Side View





BEATLES YMCA CONCERT STAGE DISPLAY-A clear, 3 x 4 inch by 1/4 inch thick, plastic holder containing an actual piece of wood stage section from the Birkenhead YMCA in England. Brian Epstein, the Beatles manager, wanted the Beatles to improve their image by playing in more respectable venues, so shortly after Ringo joined the Beatles, he had them play at the Birkenhead YMCA on 8 September, 1962. Their reception was less than was hoped for as many fans were not pleased with the sacking of popular Beatles drummer Pete Best. This was one of the first Beatles concert with the new drummer Ringo Star. This piece of stage was removed from a section of the actual stage the Beatles played on. It was recovered during a restoration project and issued as part of a collectible fund raiser by the Birkenhead YMCA. $10.00


PICTURES- Front Interior View , Full View





BEATLES HAMBURG STAR CLUB STAGE DISPLAY-A clear, 3 x 4 inch by 1/4 inch thick, plastic holder containing an actual piece of wood stage section from the famous Star Club in Hamburg. Manfred Weissledger launched the famed Star Club in April 1962 with the Beatles topping the bill. He died in 1980. The Star Club suffered a fire in 1983. In the summer of 1985 Gunter Zint salvaged sections of the famed stage at Grosse Feiheit No39 before the 12 October, 1986 demolition of the night club. Zint issued a limited edition (1,000 pieces) of the storied stage floor. It was the Beatles who stated that it was Germany that honed their skills and created their foundation as a band. Now you can own a piece of early Beatles history from the stage the Beatles stood, played on, and sometimes slept on. $24.00


PICTURES- Front Interior View , Full View