I am an estate liquidator and am working on a house right now that has a lot of records. There are a good bit from the Beatles. As I was going through and pricing I found there Something New album and it has some signatures on the back. I also found two records that have Ed Rudy’s signature on them.
The lady has a good bit of signed photos by artist and actors. Looks like she loved to attend concerts and such. I am pretty sure the Ed Rudy signatures are real.
I need to know if the Beatles signatures are real. I have emailed Gary Hein about authenticating these but have not heard anything. I know Perry Cox and a guy named Frank do not do public authentications. The record was purchased July 27, 1964.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
These beatles signatures look like a kid tried to copy them from the internet. I'm sorry but they are not real.
The Beatles autographs are not real in my opinion. They look like ones signed by a young fan, for no malicious purpose whatsoever, because she loved the Beatles.
Ed Rudy was a reporter who traveled along with the Beatles in 1964. His signature isn't worth much—his signed Beatles interview albums are plentiful—but if you're a Beatles fan you'll enjoy listening to them!
No way sorry.