Let It Be (1970) US Three Sheet Poster


In stock

Let It Be is a documentary filled with poignancy as it was shot in the 4 weeks before the Beatles broke up. The bands’ last ever performance on a rooftop in Saville Row in London took place during the filming. The film features a heated studio argument between McCartney and George Harrison and Yoko Ono is ever-present.

The US and UK posters are exactly the same in style and feature squared photos of the band members against a black background with ‘The Beatles’ and ‘Let it Be’ in yellow writing. This stunning poster is 41 x 81 inches. It is in pristine near mint condition and comes folded in two parts, with no loss of colour along the fold line. We can arrange to get this linen-backed so that the folds are removed and the poster is combined and backed onto one large sheet of linen. The process will also help to conserve this valuable item.

SKU: MUS112 Category:

41 x 81 Inches


Near Mint



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Photos of framed posters are for display purposes only. We can however arrange framing.

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