We would pay the following for complete sets of Beatles signatures on LP sleeves, depending on condition: Please Please Me and With The Beatles around £6000 to £8000. Signed copies of A Hard Day’s Night, Beatles For Sale and Help! around £8000 to £15000. Rubber Soul and Revolver in excellent condition are valued at £20000 to £25000. Signed copies of the White Album, Abbey Road and Let It Be could be worth far more than this depending on condition. If you have a copy of Sgt. Peppers with all four Beatles autographs, using their full names, on the gatefold it can be worth in excess of £50000 depending on the condition.
The Beatles autographs illustrated below are on the gatefold of the group’s Sgt Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band record. The LP was released on the 1st June 1967. A full set of signatures on this particular record is the most desirable signed Beatles album sleeve.
The Beatles autographs illustrated below are on the reverse cover of the group’s With The Beatles LP. The record was released on the 22nd November 1963
The Beatles autographs illustrated below are on the reverse cover of the group’s A Hard Days Night LP. The record was released in the UK on the 10th July 1964. The autographs were obtained in Ipswich on the 31st October 1964.
The Beatles autographs illustrated below are on the reverse cover of the Beatles Please Please Me record. The signatures were originally obtained in Worcester on the 4th September 1963, where the Beatles performed at the Gaumont Cinema. This was the first of a four night run promoted by John Smith. Brian Epstein had given him this mini-tour due to the earlier cancellation of the Mersey Beat Showcase dates.
Beatles photographs autographed on the image and Beatles signatures on concert programmes. We pay around £5000 for a clearly signed 8 inch x 10 inch photograph or a fully signed Beatles concert programme.
The Beatles autographs illustrated below were signed in the Bahamas between February the 23rd and March the 9th 1965, during the filming of the Beatles’ Help! They were obtained by a cameraman that was working on the film for his nephew who in turn gave them to his girlfriend at the time.
The Beatles autographs illustrated below were taken from a 1963 Beatles/Roy Orbison UK concert programme. The signatures are typical from the period of that tour, which took place between May 18th and June 9th 1963.
Beatles autographs on 7 inch singles or Beatles signatures on EPs - we pay around £6000 to £8000 .
The Beatles autographs illustrated below were obtained at a record signing session that took place at Dawson’s Music Shop, Widnes in the UK. The signing took place on October 6th 1962.
The Beatles autographs illustrated below on the Beatles Hits EP were originally signed in London in late 1963 or early 1964 at either BBC Broadcasting House or at Abbey Road Studios. The EP was released on September 6th 1963.
A full set of Beatles autographs on a single page - we pay around £2000 to £2500 , depending on the condition.
The set of Beatles autographs illustrated below were signed at the Adelphi Cinema, Slough on the 5th November 1963. They were obtained by a member of the St John’s Ambulance service who was able to get backstage to meet the group.
We are always interested in any handwritten Beatles items such as lyrics, letters, sketches, postcards or letters from John, Paul, George and Ringo, etc. Illustrated below is a set of lyrics handwritten by Paul McCartney for The Beatles song Getting Better. If you have any handwritten lyrics please phone for a quote, normally they are in excess of £80000 per lyric.
A handwritten letter from George Harrison to a friend in India. He writes about the new Beatles record (Sgt Peppers) as well as about learning the sitar and also about how some of his other friends are getting on. The letter is dated 24th May 1967. If you have any items handwritten by the Beatles please contact us for a quote.
A page from John Lennon's school book from 1952. If you have anything similar please phone for a quote.
A Paul McCartney handwritten Beatles set list from a concert in Eskiltuna, Sweden. The concert took place on the 29th October 1963. The set list is on the back of a Neil Aspinall business card. If you have a Beatles handwritten set list we pay £20,000 .
John Lennon Signed Record Sleeves - we pay around £1000 .
John Lennon And Yoko Ono Signed Grapefruit Book - we pay around £1000.
John Lennon Signed Apple Promotional Photo - we pay around £1000.
Individual John Lennon Signatures – we pay around £600 to £700.
Paul McCartney Signed Record Sleeves - we pay around £300.
Individual Paul McCartney Signatures – we pay around £100 to £300.
Paul And Linda McCartney 1970s Signatures - we pay around £250.
George Harrison Signed Record Sleeves - we pay around £500.
Individual George Harrison Signatures – we pay around £300 to £400.
George Harrison 1970s Signatures - we pay around £350.
Ringo Starr Signed Record Sleeves - we pay around £250.
Individual Ringo Starr Signatures – we pay around £100 to £200.
Ringo Starr 1970s Signatures - we pay around £100.
In addition to genuine handwritten Beatles signatures we see a lot of facsimile (printed or autopen) Beatles autographs. Below are a couple of examples of the printed signatures. Unfortunately we would have no interest in these.
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