We have begun to take items for the 2017 Auction

Sunday, 28 February 2010

Hung up on George?

There were lots of odd items of Beatles merchandise in the 60s. In 1968 there was a lot of items brought out to tie in with the Yellow Submarine film, including cardboard clothes hangers. Because they were made of cardboard they were often damaged. This George Harrison Yellow Submarine hanger has sustained a little damage around the shoulder areas as you can see. 


Still, if you are hung up on George you can bid on this item in our auction in August. It carries an estimate of £30-£40.




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If you have any items of interest for the auction please contact us. Click the link on the right for details of how to get in touch.



Press enquiries should be made through the same contact link.
Better images of items can be made available to the press upon request.

Sunday, 21 February 2010

Got any swaps? Beatles Trading Cards

Another popular item that features in our auctions are trading cards. There will be a full set of 60 series 1 AB&C cards in this year's sale, estimated at £80-£100.




We often get people bringing in trading cards thinking that the signatures on them are real, unfortunately they are all printed signatures. Individual cards are worth about £2 -£3 each.

There is second series of cards featuring 45 cards which is harder to find. You can expect to pay about £145-£160 for a set!



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If you have any items of interest for the auction please contact us. Click the link on the right for details of how to get in touch.



Press enquiries should be made through the same contact link.
Better images of items can be made available to the press upon request.

Wigging out to the Beatles!

If you wanted to dress up and play at being a Beatle in the sixties you definitely needed one of these Beatles Wigs!


This one is still in it's original packaging with the label intact if a bit damaged. (see photo)

It will be in our auction in August and carries an estimate of £40-£60



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If you have any items of interest for the auction please contact us. Click the link on the right for details of how to get in touch.



Press enquiries should be made through the same contact link.
Better images of items can be made available to the press upon request.

Monday, 8 February 2010

Liverpool Beatles Auction Date/Location Clarification

Contrary to anything you may see stating otherwise the Annual Beatles Auction organised by the shop will be taking place at it's usual time on the SATURDAY of the International Beatles Week event at the usual location of THE PAUL McCARTNEY AUDITORIUM at LIPA.




If you have any items of interest for the auction please contact us. Click the link on the right for details of how to get in touch.



Press enquiries should be made through the same contact link.
Better images of items can be made available to the press upon request.

Friday, 5 February 2010

Will Hottest Hits be a Hot Lot?


This is a rare original Danish album on the Parlophone label. It was only released in Denmark and features 12 tracks that didn't appear on albums. (ie - B-sides, EP tracks etc..)

Only 3000 of this 1965 release were ever pressed.

Estimated at £250-£300




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If you have any items of interest for the auction please contact us. Click the link on the right for details of how to get in touch.



Press enquiries should be made through the same contact link.
Better images of items can be made available to the press upon request.

Repost: Do you have something you'd like to put in the auction?

If you have a item you would like to be considered for this year's auction all you have to do is get in touch with us.

The best thing to do is to call us with the item in front of you so we can ask you questions about it. Or email us a photograph or scan of the item. We can't assess autographs over the telephone as we need to see them. A scan or clear laser photocopy is usually sufficient if you can't bring them into the shop for us.

When you call us you need to ask for Stephen. He is the manager and the person who assesses all the items that go into the auction. Please note, he doesn't work on a Friday, but is usually around every other day of the week including weekends.

It's best to ring to see if the item is something that can be placed in the auction before you bring it in to see us. Sometimes we get too many of a particular item and therefore limit the number we put up for sale.

All the contact details are available at the end of this post and via the link on the right.

When you do bring something in for the auction, we take it in and give you a receipt for it. Very often we photograph the item to include it on your receipt. Once we have the item it is photographed if it is to be included on this blog and for reference and then it is taken away to be stored securely until August.

Items have to be brought in to us in advance. We have a limited number of spaces in the auction due to time constraints and often we have enough items well in advance of the sale.

Stephen will happily advise you on setting reserves for the more valuable items, and you may be asked to confirm any reserves shortly before the sale.

Make sure the contact details we have for you are correct as this is where the cheque will be sent. It's important that if you move house you let us know so we can change your details. Cheques are sent out approximately 35 working days after the sale. This is to allow for all payments from buyers to clear and to cover a time limit that allows for any disputes over items.

It's very important that you read the notes for sellers on this site and the terms and conditions that should be printed on the reverse of your receipt for the item as this explains the handling fees involved with the sale and VAT. If you have any questions about this please let us know.

Contact details -

Phone – 0151 236 8066

Email – auction@thebeatleshop.co.uk

Address- The Beatles Shop, 31 Mathew Street, Liverpool L2 6RE.

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Opening hours – 9.30am – 5.30pm Monday to Saturday and 10.30am – 4.30pm Sundays



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