Signed Meet the Beatles lp, 110k, what do you think?? It's authentic.

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Collectors die for good period pieces!!

I would not be suprised if an exceptional beatles item breaks 10 million in the next 5 years. The people who have driven the art market-warhols basquettes, chagalls, picassos,   etc which went for a few million, or a few thousand, when the beatles were young, can now command over 100 million. The wealthy buying these artworks  ALSO grew up with the beatles as their live soundtrack. A very exceptional item will attract this type of money.

Id dare say a million in the next 30 years.

i may have overexageted at 10 million

Price can be argued but I don't think it's far off. Maybe they accepted a lower offer.
This is really an incredible item, it doesn't get better than this.

They sold a signed"Beatles VI for $143, was signed on August 29, 1965    it has a letter from Frank...

As we've said before on this site...besides being the biggest rock'n'roll band of all time...they have become historical figures. If you want something that they signed...

owned...used...touched or something they're going to have to pay for it. The good stuff...the one off items...will always sell....

What's better than owning a piece of, The Beatles memorabilia!

Owning 2

As long as it isn't a Flynny.

Ha ha!

It looks like it was sold. Fab4 has some good items in excellent condition. My problem with them is they overprice their items. 


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