Beatles Sketches From My Scrapbook and my Beatles Poster

Sketches from my Beatles Scrapbook

I wasfifteen when I drew these from photos

George Harrison

I was a Sixties Beatles Fan

Found this while otrying to find papers to put through my new all-,singing all-dancing birthday paper shredder.

It is so tattered and is in bits but has all the lyrics to the songs on the album on the back of the poster so quite a collector’s item.

I also still keep my Beatles scrapbook which I did as a 15- year old school girl. I used to buy a fan magazine and in it are these sketches on from the photos found there Of course the signatures are not real I faked them at the time,⁰ naughty me

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