Wednesday 15 June 2011

Deadline for Auction items approaches.

The deadline for taking items into the auction is fast approaching. Space is limited and once we reach the allocated number of lots we can't take anything else into the sale.

If you have anything you would like to place the auction it's important that you contact Stephen at The Beatles Shop sooner rather than later. We don't take in multiples of items so records and some of the more popular items of original memorabilia are already covered, but it may be worth asking anyway, just in case.

Autographs need to be authenticated which means Stephen needs to see them either in person or via a clear photograph or scan.

You can contact Stephen via email on or via telephone on 0151 236 8066 during normal shop opening hours (Mon-Sat 9.30am-5.30pm, Sundays 10.30am-4.30pm)

Please note - Stephen does not work on a Friday. Any callers who ring or come in on a Friday will be asked to call again on another day.

He is usually in during the rest of the week including Saturdays and Sundays. However he will also be unavailable on 16th, 29th and 30th June.

Any items that do not make it into the Auction this year may be considered for the auction next year. We start taking items for the 2012 Auction from October and the sooner you get items to us the more likely they are to be placed in the sale.

Please check the Sellers Notes and FAQs for further information regarding commission rates and more.

The auction takes place on August 27th 2011 at The Paul McCartney Auditorium at LIPA. It is organised by The Beatles Shop on Mathew Street, where lots are still being taken in up until June. Contact details are listed on the right of this page, and potential vendors and buyers should read the FAQs and the relevant buyers/sellers notes. 

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.