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Wednesday, 19 April 2017

Original Beatles Tray

Worcesterware Beatles Tray, an original with its label still on the reverse.
These look fabulous on collectors' shelves.




The estimate on this item is £40-£50

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Beatles Dolls For Sale

These large size Applause Dolls look fabulous on display. They are dressed in black suits and have their plastic instruments with them. They date from the late 80s.



The estimate on this item is £120-£140

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Paul McCartney Tug Of War Promotional Poster

Large framed promotional poster for the 1982 Paul McCartney album Tug Of War.


The estimate on this item is £30-£40

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Tuesday, 11 April 2017

1969 Cavern Membership Card

The Cavern Club continued to be a hub for the local Liverpool music scene throughout the 1960s and into the very early 70s. This membership card covers the year 1969 when the bearer potentially could have seen performances from The Iveys, Jackie Lomax, Beryl Marsden, The Clayton Squares or even The Scaffold.



The estimate on this item is £50-£60


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Sunday, 9 April 2017

Beatles Fan Club Christmas Flexi-Discs

Every year as Christmas approached the Beatles Fan Club sent flexi-discs out to each member. The discs featured seasonal messages from the band. They were issued every year from 1963 through to 1969 (In 1970 members received a compilation of them all on an LP)

1963 - Estimate £80-£100

1964 - Estimate £40-£50

1965 - Estimate £50-£60

1966 - Estimate £50-£60

1967 - Estimate £60-£80

1968 - Estimate £60-£80

1969 - Estimate £60-£80



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Monday, 3 April 2017

Vintage Beatles Curtain Material

This sizable piece of vintage Beatles curtain material originates from The Netherlands around 1964. It features images of the individual Beatles as well as of the whole group.




The estimate for this item is £150-£200


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Thursday, 30 March 2017

Beatles Remco Dolls

This set of four Remco Beatles dolls is complete with all instruments. Highly displayable item.


The estimate for this item is £250-£300

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Beatles Autographs from Speke Airport

These three Beatles autographs (John, Paul and George) were obtained in 1963 at Speke Airport in Liverpool. They are mounted with a photograph featuring the three signers.


The estimate for this item is £1500-£1600

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Beatles Blow Up Dolls

This set of four inflatable Beatles Dolls have never been blown up. (Which is why we carefully laid them out for the picture and didn't inflate them for a better effect.)


The estimate for this item is £150-£200



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Wednesday, 29 March 2017

Corgi Yellow Submarine

Created to tie in with the 1968 animated classic Yellow Submarine this Corgi toy has it's hidden Beatles figures intact and the flip up mechanisms and the rotating periscopes still work. It doesn't have its box, sadly, but would still look fabulous on any collectors shelf.





The estimate for this item is £80-£100

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Summer Of Love signed by George Martin

First Edition Hardback of Summer Of Love book signed by Beatles Producer George Martin. 



This item has an estimate of £120-£130.

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Beatles Fan Club Promo Picture with a Secretarial signature.

It's quite well known nowadays that back in the day you couldn't always guarantee who had signed Beatles signatures. This is an example of a Paul McCartney signature by a secretary on an official fan club picture.



The estimate on this item is £50-£60

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Tuesday, 28 March 2017

Beatles Irish Linen Tea Towel

Beatles Irish Linen Tea Towels are popular items in our Annual Beatles Auction, they are a good "starter" item for collectors and can be displayed to great effect.


The estimate on this item is £40-£50

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Beatles Record Holder

Produced by Selcol this record rack is in a bold red plastic. Each slot in numbered so you can keep a list of which disc is where.





The estimate on this item is £70-£100

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Beetle Shaped Brooch

There were several variations of Beatles brooches at the height of the band's popularity. This one features a Beetle with "The Beatles" on the bar at the top, housing the pin.


The estimate for this item is £40-£50



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Fully Signed "The Beatles The True Beginnings" Casbah Club book

This softback edition of the The True Beginnings not only contains the story of Mona Best and the Casbah Club it is also fully signed by all three of the Best brothers, Rory, Roag  and, of course, Pete.


The estimate for this item is £50-£60


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Thursday, 2 March 2017

Set of Four Original Beatles Glasses

This set of four drinking glasses was produced by Joseph Lang & Company Ltd in the UK in 1964 for NEMS Enterprises. The gold rimmed glasses are about 10cm tall. The images of the vessels are bright but sadly there is a small amount of damage to the George decal.


The estimate for this item is £275-£300

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Beatles Liverpool Civic Reception Ticket 1964

On 10th July 1964, before the Northern Premiere of their first film A Hard Day's Night, The Beatles attended a Civic Reception at Liverpool Town Hall.  This ticket for the event is signed on the front by co-star Victor Spinetti and film director Richard Lester, plus on the reverse by co-star Wilfred Brambell and Paul's brother Michael McGear of The Scaffold. The ticket is number 704.


The estimate for this item is £250-£300




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Wednesday, 1 March 2017

Iron Door Club Membership Card 1963

Liverpool had lots of clubs in the 60s, amongst the most famous after the Cavern Club is the Iron Door. The resident band was The Searchers and it was there that Cilla Black made her vocal debut in 1961. This membership card with the distinctive logo on the front is from 1963.


The estimate for this item is £60-£80

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1963 Cavern Club Membership Card

January this year saw the 60th Anniversary of The Cavern Club in Liverpool, and this membership card is linked to another significant year in the club's history. August 1963 saw the final performance of the Beatles at the famous venue. While this card didn't mean entry in that particular ticket only event, who knows what other lunchtime or evening sessions the holder attended in that year.


The estimate for this item is £100-£150

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Beatles Ringo Starr New Beat Drum

Produced in 1964 by Selco, these drum kits were part of the toy instrument collection that included various plastic Beatles guitars, after all even pretend bands needed drummers!

This example is in need of a little TLC, there is some damage to the drum head and it is missing its stand, however it would still make an impression display piece in any collection. The Beatles label on the side of the drum is intact and not faded.


The estimate for this item is £150-£200

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Tuesday, 7 February 2017

Annual Liverpool Beatles Memorabilia Auction 2017

Welcome to 2017.

We are still finalising some of the finer details of our 2017 Auction, but we have begun to take in items for the August event.

We will begin posting about some of these items on here very shortly and will update you on any other details as and when we have the information.

The 2017 Liverpool Beatles Memorabilia Auction will be taking place on Saturday August 26th. We usually take in items for the event right up to the end of May/beginning of June, however there is limited space in the sale and we try not to take multiples of things so often it's better to get things to us sooner rather than later.

All valuations from the shop are free and there is no obligation to place anything into the auction with us. We understand that sometimes people just want to know how much their Beatles collections are worth.

We always advise that you ring us in advance of any visit to be certain that we have someone available to give your valuation. Our valuer is almost never available on a Friday but he is often available at weekends.

We do offer some valuations over the phone but a lot of the time we need to see things to be sure. We always need to see autographs before giving valuations on them.

If you can't get to the shop you can email us with clear photographs (or scans) of items and we will get back to you as soon as we can.

Here's our contact details -

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

0151 236 8066

thebeatlesshop@btconnect.com

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