Rare Beatles Records

We are interested in the following types of rare Beatles records which have been illustrated below: EMIDISC acetates, Dick James Music acetates, Apple acetates, Parlophone A-label demonstration 7 inch singles, Parlophone Microgroove test pressings, Abbey Road acetates, MPL acetates, the Please Please Me album on the black and gold Parlophone label, any Beatles or solo Beatles test pressings, acetates etc.

Please phone for a quote for any rare Beatles record

Beatles microgroove test pressings - Columbia records
Beatles microgroove test pressings - Parlophone records

Beatles Microgroove Test Pressings - please phone us for a quote.

Beatles A-label demonstration disc - Love me do
Beatles A-lebel demonstration disc - I want to hold your hand

Beatles Parlophone A-label Demonstration Discs – please phone us for a quote.

Beatles Apple records acetates - John Lennon
Beatles Apple records acetates - Get Back album
Beatles Apple records acetates - All my love, Imagine, Give me some truth
Beatles Apple records acetates - Jackie Lomax

Beatles Apple Records Acetates - please phone us for a quote.

Rubber Soul acetate. Can't buy me love and The Beatles
Love Rita emidisc
Beatles Emidisc Acetates

Beatles Emidisc Acetates - please phone for a quote.

Can't buy me love and The Beatles
Dick James Acetate

Dick James Music Acetates - please phone for a quote

Please please me Parlophone LP
Please please me Parlophone Stereo LP

Please Please Me Mono And Stereo LPs On The Black And Gold Parophone Label - please phone for a quote

Condition Guide

We use the following grading system when determining the condition of Beatles records.

  • Mint = As new.
  • Near mint = Almost like new with one or two very minor flaws.
  • Excellent = Minor wear yet looks attractive and is perfectely usable.
  • Very good = Some wear and tear but overall presentable and usable.
  • Good = Apparant wear and tear but with obvious deterioration of the condition.
  • Poor = Extremely worn.

A plus or minus after the grading indicates that the condition is marginally higher or lower then the stated grade.