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Topic - Leonie Pitts
She said auctioneers had not contacted Mr. McCartney to ask if he knew anything about the drummer who had placed the ad.
Christie's spokeswoman Leonie Pitts said the auction house's Beatles experts are certain that the letter was not an early feeler to Mr. Starr, who was a successful drummer with a rival Liverpool band, Rory Storm and the Hurricanes, before he joined the Beatles.