The one illustrated above is from the ABC Theatre Blackpool on the 25th August 1963, this was the sixth time that the group had performed at Blackpool within two months. We will pay around £300 to £400 for this type of handbill depending on the year.
The one illustrated above is from the Winter Gardens Margate on the 8th July 1963, The Beatles performed here on six consecutive nights, playing to two different 'houses' each time. We will pay around £600 to £800 for this type of handbill depending on the year.
There are many different designs for handbills. Flyers from one-off shows (not part of a tour) and handbills with images of The Beatles tend to command the highest prices.
An original Beatles early large format ticket. We will pay around £2000 for early Beatles concert tickets in clean condition.
We will pay around £250 for a French Beatles concert ticket stub, double this for complete tickets.
A complete unused Beatles concert ticket. We will pay around £500 for unused complete tickets from the mid 60s.
This is a used Beatles concert ticket stub from a UK gig. We will pay around £100 for stubs from the 60s.
Demand for The Beatles concert tickets is extremely buoyant. In particular there is a high demand for complete early Beatles concert tickets from the pre-fame period, it is these examples for which we can pay premium prices.