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Beatles Brick Fragment - Strawberry Field Brick

This is an authentic brick fragment salvaged from the original Strawberry Field manor house in Liverpool, England. This is a great collectible piece for any Beatles fan!

Beatles Brick Fragment - Strawberry Field Brick

"The only true songs I ever wrote were 'Help!' and 'Strawberry Fields Forever.' They were the ones I wrote from experience." ~John Lennon, Rolling Stone Magazine Interview (1970)

Strawberry Field is a victorian-age manor house in Liverpool, England. As the name suggests, it is also the inspiration for the 1967 Beatles single Strawberry Fields Forever. This specimen is a fragment of that original manor house brick. The brick was sold at auction to fund the restoration of the manor house.

Each brick fragment is hand-cut by our technicians and is protected by an acrylic specimen jar. The jar is enclosed inside a classic, glass-topped riker display case that measures 4"x3"x 1". A small information card is enclosed that also serves as the certificate of authenticity.

Please Note: This original material dates from the 1870s as such there will be wide variations in color, shape, and texture. Pictures on this page are representative of the material but every fragment will be absolutely unique.



The Strawberry Field Brick Specimen is an incredible Beatles collector's item. From the inspiration behind the "Strawberry Fields Forever" single, each fragment comes in a handsome display case and a photo card that contains information about the item. This is an extremely unique item from one of the greatest rock bands of all time and the perfect addition to any collection.

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