Fabulous Magazine 6 March 1965 Rolling Stones Beatles Paul McCartney + Ringo Starr Zombies Cilla
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Fabulous Magazine 6 March 1965 Rolling Stones Beatles Paul McCartney + Ringo Starr Zombies CillaFabulous Magazine March 6, 1965 Rolling Stones, Beatles, Zombies, Cilla Black, Tremeloes etc Classic sixties teen pop magazine with all pin-ups intact and listed below. Lots of music articles, news, letters and fashion.
FABULOUS FLIPS ITS LID
FREDDIE ... photographer DEREK BERWIN
SOUNDS INCORPORATED ... photographer JULIAN HANN
GERRY ... photographer FIONA ADAMS
BRIAN POOLE AND THE TREMELOES photographer BENT REJ
THE ZOMBIES ... photographer FIONA ADAMS
PAUL AND RINGO ... photographer MICHAEL DARLING
CILLA BLACK ... photographer BILL FRANCIS
THE BARRON KNIGHTS ... photographer BILL FRANCIS
THE Rolling Stones ... photographer BILL FRANCIS
© Fleetway Publications Ltd, 1965
Very Good condition with small bit of corner missing on rear - staples just a little bit rusty but no staining. 7/10 Click on uploaded images for a closer look. We never crop our images so you can see the edges.
Fabulous Magazine launched in January 1964. It later changed it's name to Fabulous 208 after a few years & then again to Fab 208 in the 70s. Fabulous 208 was one of the top selling teen music scene magazines of the 60s and 70s era. It's size 13½ x 10½ inches made it extremely popular as many pages consisted of full colour shots of pop, beat, psychedelic groups and musicians of the time including The Monkees, The Beatles, Rolling Stones, The Troggs, The Who, Traffic, Donovan, Cream, Jimi Hendrix, Pink Floyd, Tremeloes, Beach Boys etc. Many of these mags were torn up & stuck to bedroom walls so complete issues are becoming increasingly hard to find.
All items are professionally packed in high quality rigid all cardboard mailers. We do not use board backed paper envelopes. Magazines are placed in cellophane bags and then taped inside the mailer to keep it free from corners where damage can occur. Overseas buyers pay actual "cost postage" for extra magazines - we charge you what it costs us.
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