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A George Harrison 1970 signed letter to E.M.I. Records that has been beautifully matted and framed to display with two Jackie Lomax 45 records. Signed boldly and beautifully in black ink, this letter dated "18th February 1970" was typed on Apple letterhead and Harrison has signed it as a Director of Apple. In the letter, addressed to attorney Ken East of E.M.I., is a complaint from Harrison regarding the repeated requests for all Apple single records to be made with push-out "centres" for their use in jukeboxes. He states that he was recently trying to promote the new Jackie Lomax record "and discovered I had been given all hard-centre records." He asks for the attorney's assurances that in the future all Apple single records will be with push-out centres. The letter measures approximately 8 x 12 and is framed to measure 32 x 19.25. Very good condition. Comes with a letter of authenticity from Beatles handwriting expert Frank Caiazzo and a Gotta Have Rock & Roll Certificate of Authenticity.
George Harrison 1970 Signed Letter to E.M.I. Caiazzo
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