A Lover's Concerto Toys
Left to right, Paul McCartney, John Lennon, Ringo Starr and George Harrison.
Frenzied Beatles fans watching the band perform in Manchester, in November 1963.
New York: Beseiged by fans in the Plaza Hotel, The Beatles and their sensible haircuts found that the telephone was the only safe link with the outside world.
The Beatles on Salisbury Plain during the filming of 'Help', May 1965
The Beatles, pictured at EMI House Manchester Square, London, with a hoard of silver discs. They were presented with two silver LPs to mark the quarter-million plus sales of their first LP "Please Please Me" and their new one "With the Beatles" as well as for their "Twist & Shout" EP and "She Loves You".
The Beatles perform on the CBS "Ed Sullivan Show" in New York Feb. 9th, 1964.
John Lennon in the Bahamas during the filming of Help!
Archive photo of The Beatles, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, Ringo Starr and John Lennon photographed at the height of their career.
The Beatles on the steps of the plane before leaving London Airport for Paris at the start of the Continental tour which will include France, Italy, and Spain.
The Beatles, seated on chairs bearing their names, have their hair worked on by (l-r) Pattie Boyd, Tina Williams, Pru Berry and Susan Whiteman
John Lennon continues to play the guitar as he evades a young fan who wants Lennon's yachting-style cap as a souvenir during the Beatles concert in Rome, Italy, June 28, 1965
The Beatles showing their MBE Insignias after receiving them from the Queen.
Boxer Cassius Clay clowns with the Beatles at his training camp Tuesday, February 18, 1964, just a few days before a world title fight.