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. 

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Sorry, no.

These beatles signatures look like a kid tried to copy them from the internet. I'm sorry but they are not real.


Hi Kelly,

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.

100% fake



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