These pictures are from 1962 and 1963, showing the usual large nose. Please do notice the difference in his left eyebrow at the inner corner. The first two pictures on the left show a very thinly-tapered inner corner, while the two on the right show a normal wider inner corner.
Here he is with a narrow, tapered inner left brow corner with a wide outer edge, as if it was applied, or is growing in, backwards.
Wider, more normal-appearing inner left brow corner. In the first pic on the left, does he have TWO inner left corners?? In fact, his right inner corner looks double, too.
Unless he sometimes wore an eyebrow 'patch', this means there were at least two Ringos so far
Here we have what I think are different ears, or at least that the lobe in the left picture looks longer and larger. Notice on the left he has a larger lobe and thinner left inner brow corner, while on the right, he has smaller lobes and a thicker inner brow.
Now look at Ringo on the left with larger lobes, but a thicker left inner brow corner. On the right, is that a smaller lobe and a thinner inner left brow? These ears don't match anyway. (Are they even real?)
So now do we see at least 4 different Ringos? If I can find pictures of the small-nosed Ringo/s showing his eyebrows, I'll be able to see which type of brow it is, and maybe it would show us more Ringo units.
Here's Ringo with two different nose lengths in 1964.
In their first appearance on the Ed Sullivan Show, Ringo's nose was large and long, and it was his most noticeable defining characteristic. So now it appears there were at least two Ringos that year as well.
Again 1964 and 1965, with short noses both times.
Here's a Ringo in 1964 and 1965 that don't match exactly in every way, even though he has a short nose in both pics.
This is somewhere around 1965 with a short nose, but why does he look so tall?
This is probably different Ringos in 1964 and 1967, going by the profile -- and his nose is longer in the picture on the right again, but short on the left.