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Lot #3156   The Quarrymen, an acoustic guitar used by members of the first incarnation of the Beatles, circa 1958. RESERVE.
Auction Scottsdale 2007
Reserve RESERVE
Status Sold
Price
Lot 3156
*Includes Buyer Commission
Description
The Quarrymen, an acoustic guitar used by members of the first incarnation of the Beatles, circa 1958. A Spanish-style acoustic guitar, make unknown, steel strung, pine-coloured top, the rest of body and neck light oak-coloured. The guitar is accompanied by copy of letter of provenance from Mona Best explaining This guitar was bought by me in Liverpool for the benefit of my Son Peter. He was learning to play prior to taking up playing drums. The guitar was frequently and regularly used by the Group asThe Quarrymen, later to become the Beatles, then consisting of John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison at the Casbah Coffee Club in the basement of my house No. 8 Haymans Green. Although they owned their own guitars, John, Paul and George used my guitar at my house. Overall length approx 31 inch (94 cm) Previously sold at Sotheby's Auctioneers, 22nd August 1989. Reserve $15,000.
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