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Tuesday, 25 July 2017

Stage Worn Ringo Starr Boots Up For Auction in Liverpool This August!

These boots were made for drumming!!  This pair of black boots have been previously worn on stage by Ringo Starr. His name is still visible written inside the boots in biro.

They were given to the vendor in 1963.

The vendor is a long-time friend of the family and the item comes with a letter from them.





The estimate on this lot is £4000-£5000

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Ringo's Boots Up for Auction

This pair of brown ankle boots are formerly the property of Ringo Starr. The vendor is a long-time friend of the family and was given these boots in the 1960s. They come with a letter from the seller.



The estimate on this item is £2500 - £3000

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Ringo's Rug

This Pak-Caucasian rug was formerly the property of Ringo Starr. It was one of several items in the 2015 auction by Ringo and Barbara Bach.


The estimate for this item is £1500-£2000


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Original Beatles Record Carry Case

Made by PYX this original record case is another highly displayable item, and has the added advantage that you can store your original Beatles singles in it! (Please note, no records are included in this lot)


The estimate on this item is £75-£100





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Make A Date With The Beatles Calendar

This original Make A Date With The Beatles perpetual calendar is up for auction next month, and handily is showing the date of the sale in the photo below.  These are not only highly displayable but also still useful. 



The estimate on this item is £350-£400


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Sunday, 16 July 2017

Ringo Starr Remco Doll in Box

The box may not be in good condition, but you really don't see them very often.


The estimate on this item is £50-£60

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Beatles Transfers on T-shirt

Back in the 60s magazines had some cool Beatles giveaways. These transfers were one of those, and were put on a t- shirt at the time.



The estimate on this item is £20-£30

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Original Beatles Birthday Card

This original 1960s Beatles birthday card was made by Hi Brows for NEMS Enterprises.


The estimate on this item is £30-£40

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Ringo Roll Wrapper

Back in the 60s Scott's Bakery in Liverpool sold bread called Ringo Rolls. This is a wrapper for one of them, and it will be up for sale in our auction next month.



The estimate on this item is £70-£90

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Promotional Leaflet for Corgi Yellow Submarine

We have a couple of Yellow Submarine corgi models in the auction this year, but how about this lovely advertising leaflet for the item.



The estimate on this item is £120-£150

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Vintage Beatles Flasher Keyrings

These two original flasher keyrings feature Paul and Ringo along with a group photo.



The estimate for this lot is £30-£40

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Menlove Avenue Street Sign

Most fans will know that Menlove Avenue is the name of the road where John Lennon lived with his Aunt Mimi. This cast iron street sign is going into our auction next month.


The estimate on this item is £350-£400

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Important Updates! New Venue!

This year's Liverpool Beatles Memorabilia Auction is going to be held at The Liverpool Philharmonic Hall's Music Room. The room is part of the Hall but the public entrance to this part of the venue is via Sugnall Street at the back of the main building.

Full details and link to a map can be found by clicking here.

Contacts Page Update - the email is working again. (We still have some wifi issues so large files take a while to access). Email enquiries can now be sent to stephen@thebeatleshop.co.uk (clearly state the message is auction related in the subject line if possible)

Work begins on the Auction Catalogue very soon. To be one of the first to get a digital copy when it is available email the above address with CATALOGUE REQUEST in the subject line. We'll send you a .pdf version once it's all typed up and ready.





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Thursday, 6 July 2017

1970s Beatles Event Posters

Forty years ago Liverpool saw it's first Beatles convention. The event was held at Mr Pickwick's Club and was organised by Allan Williams and Bob Wooler, both legends of the Liverpool Beatle world. This poster for the event is going into our auction which is held during the annual International Beatle Week event.


The estimate for this poster is £30-£40

Also in this year's auction is this poster for a Beatles Christmas event in London in 1976.




This estimate for this poster is also £30-£40

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Original NEMS Beatles Scrapbook

This original 1960s NEMS Beatles Scrapbook is full of 1960s newspaper clippings, which make fascinating reading.


The estimate on this item is £25-£35



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I Wanna Hold Your Hand/American Hot Wax Movie Poster

I Wanna Hold You Hand is a 1978 movie following the fortunes of a bunch of American Beatles fan trying to meet their idols. Here it is coupled with American Hot Wax on a double bill movie poster.


The estimate on this item is £30-£40

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Original Beatles Head Scarf

Original 1960s Beatles head scarf


The estimate on this item is £40-£50

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Monday, 3 July 2017

Signed Beatles Concert Programme from Liverpool Empire Concert

This fully signed page from a Mary Wells Tour concert programme is headed for sale in our forthcoming Beatles Memorabilia Auction.

The John to whom the signatures are dedicated was a member of a Merseybeat group who attended the concert at the Liverpool Empire with Beatles Fan Club Secretary, Freda Kelly. He was able to meet the band with her afterwards and got them all to sign the inside cover of the programme.


The estimate on this item is £5000 - £5500


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Ringo Starr School Photograph from St Silas

It's well documented that Ringo was pretty ill throughout his childhood, but he did attend St Silas School and even managed to be there for a school photograph in 1948.
(You can get more information about his school by following this link to the excellent There Are Places I Remember site)

One of these original photographs is going up for sale in our forth coming auction. Ringo is sat on the ground in the bottom left of the photo.



The estimate on this photograph is £ 400-£500

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1964 UK Beatles Calendar

Small 1964 UK Beatles Calendar by Starpix


The estimate on this item is £30-£40

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Vintage Make A Date With The Beatles Calendar/Coin Bank

This Make A Date With The Beatles perpetual calendar and coin bank may date from some time after the 1960s but it does makes a fab display item.


The estimate on this item is £50-£60

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Original US Beatles Headband

Dating from 1964 this Beatles headband is still its Seltaeb Inc packaging.


The estimate on this item is £30-£40

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Original Beatles Lapel Pins

These three Beatles lapel pins are from Holland around 1964. They are in blue, red and black. 


The estimate on this lot is £30-£40

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