The Beatles Yellow Submarine switch plate cover USA 1968
Estimate - £70-£100
This complete set of four plush figures by Applause 1987 comes with original tags and instruments. These guys look fabulous on display!
Estimate - £150-£250
A typed note on Hogs Hill stationery to recording engineer, Geoff Emerick, from Paul McCartney, jokingly telling him to watch out for rampaging Beatles fans. Signed by Paul, including face doodle and handwritten PS.
There are several lots of photographs from the collection of Beatles Fan Club secretary, Freda Kelly, going into this year's Liverpool Beatles Memorabilia Auction. We have selected three lots to show here, the rest will be detailed along with images in the online auction catalogues when they are available in a few weeks.
- A collection of five photographs by Graham Spencer of The Beatles on the TV show Thank Your Lucky Stars. Estimate - £350-£450
- Two photographs of The Beatles in Liverpool 1962 by Peter Kaye both are marked Proof and are stamped Peter Kaye on reverse. Estimate - £200-£300
- Paul McCartney in Cavern Club Photograph. Estimate - £150-£200
Apple Records compliments slip signed by Neil Aspinal first name only This item was formerly the property of Beatles Fan Club secretary, Freda Kelly
A piece Rosen Plaza Hotel notepaper signed by Paul McCartney “To Tony Cheers! From” with face doodle dated 2001
The estimate on this item is £400-£500
These net curtains belonged to Margaret, who lived in Ringo's old house, 10 Admiral Grove, for many years and welcomed Beatles fans worldwide. They will have been seen in several tourist photographs over the decades. The house's current owner has decided to sell them off to raise money for charity. The proceeds from selling this item will go to the Carla Lane Animals in Need charity in Liverpool.
The estimate on this lot is £20-£30
(please note, that the curtains do not date from Ringo's time in the house.)
The 2022 Liverpool Beatles Memorabilia Auction will take place at Cato Crane Auctioneers on Saturday 27th August, starting at 10am. It will also be online.
The catalogue will be available online and links will be added here as soon as all the details are finalised.
A downloadable list of the lots will be available also be available here as soon as all the details are finalised.
The viewing day will also be at Cato Crane Auctioneers on Friday 26th August from 10.30am to 4pm.
This handbill for the 1963 Roy Orbison tour feating The Beatles still has its booking slip attached. These were usually snipped off by fans purchasing their tickets for the show.
It is for the 19th May show on the tour at the Gaumont in Hanley.
This item will be going under the hammer this August in our Annual Liverpool Beatles Memorabilia Auction and it is expected to sell for anywhere between £1200 and £1500.
This rare 1959 flyer/handbill for the Cavern Club in Liverpool lists the band Rory Storm and The Hurricanes playing on 19th December. The band famously featured a pre-Beatles Ringo Starr.
The flyer will be going under the hammer in our forthcoming Liverpool Beatles Memorabilia Auction and the current estimate is £1200-£1500
The perfect thing for keeping those Beatles Book Monthly magazines in pristine condition.
This original Beatles Monthly magazine binder is up for sale in the forth-coming Liverpool Beatles Memorabilia Auction and it is currently estimated to fetch £150-£200
We have reached our capacity for lots in this year's auction. Sadly we can't take any more items into the sale this year.
Posts will continue here about items already consigned to the auction in the approach to the event.
Large folded Reveille poster of the Beatles in old-fashioned bathing suits on Weston-Super-Mare beach.
Estimate - £60-£80
This epic tome was issued by Genesis Publications in 1984. It is limited to 2000 copies and has never been issued in any other format. Each limited edition is signed by Derek Taylor, George Harrison and Legs "Larry" Smith (who designed the end papers)
This particularly edition (number 1477) will be going under the hammer in our Annual Liverpool Beatles Memorabilia Auction this August. It has a current estimate of £800-£900.