The Rock & Roll Pop Culture Auction Summer 2022
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The Beatles “Top of the Apple” original limited-edition (55/70) art print commemorating the 50th anniversary of the historic 1970 rooftop performance by the Beatles from their film, "Let It Be". This performance was the last time the Beatles performed live together as a group. Printed on gallery archival, acid-free paper, measuring 28"x 23". The original artwork was painted in oils on canvas by artist Eric Cash. The print is beautifully signed by four of the attendees on the rooftop who all witnessed this historic performance: Ken Mansfield (former U.S. Manager of Apple Records), Michael Lindsay-Hogg (Director of the film “Let It Be”), Chris O'Dell (Assistant to the Beatles and Apple Secretary), and Alan Parsons (Sound Engineer and Co-Producer). It is also signed by the print's artist Eric Cash. Accompanied by a photo authentication of each person signing the prints. Measures 28 x 23. Excellent condition. Comes with a Certificate of Authenticity from Eric Cash and a Gotta Have Rock and Roll Certificate of Authenticity.
The Beatles - Top of the Apple "Let It Be" Original Limited-Edition Artwork Signed by 4 Attendees
Current Bidding (Reserve Has Been Met)
Minimum Bid: $200
Final Bid: $515
Estimate: $700 - $800
Number of Bids:5
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