You were part of something that only your generation can fully understand. There's a reason people remember where they were the first time they heard The Beatles. They weren't a once-in-a-lifetime band. They were a one-and-only. There will never be another like them. The Beatles were the band that rocked the world.
In 1964, The Beatles swept across the U.S.—crowds came from all over the country to witness their arrival at airports and to experience them at Shea Stadium and on the Ed Sullivan Show. Setting chart records, they were the first ever band to play in a baseball stadium. And they even received honors from Her Majesty, the Queen.
Though The Beatles seemed to be performing everywhere at the start of the British Invasion, it was their first live performance at The Hollywood Bowl in August of 1964 that John Lennon called "the one that we all enjoyed most." In tribute to the Fab Four and the performance that still feels like it happened "Yesterday," Stauer and the world-renowned ACME Studios have "Come Together" to offer you this limited-edition commemorative pen.
This high-quality rollerball pen is your ticket to Beatles history. Its body features the iconic lads from Liverpool as they appeared on the actual Hollywood Bowl ticket stub. Each pen is crafted in brass with hand-applied lacquers and is presented in a black wood box with the Beatles logo imprinted on the top. The unique serial number is laser-engraved on the mid-ring.
Limited to a production run of just 1,964 pieces worldwide, this pen won't be available for long. There are very few artists who endure as remarkably, as unquestionably as The Beatles. If you agree, then "All You Need Is Love" —and maybe a great pen, too.