By Perry Cox
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I respect everyone's opinion as well about anything signed or reportedly signed by any or all members of the Beatles, whether I agree with their assessment or not. It’s clear you care about…Continue
“Meet the Beatles” with in-person autograph collecting veteran John Brennan as you hear the exciting evolution of an uber-rare signed Beatles guitar obtained over the course of several years. From first getting George Harrison—who famously refused to sign guitars—on a pickguard in 1997, he meticulously formulated his strategy, getting Ringo on…Continue
Last I heard, there were no genuine, intact Beatles-signed guitars known. The only one was reportedly destroyed in a Malibu, Calif. landslide about 15 years ago.
RR Auction sold one a Beatles signed guitar around 2010, but the owner had tapped the autographs down with an awl to, um, "preserve them."…
A Sgt Peppers album signed by all four Beatles is being auctioned by Bonhams in Knightsbridge, London on June 29. I haven't seen any news coverage on it, so I wanted to get the word out.…Continue
How many autographs do you think are real and authentic?
Would be very interesting to read a correct result.
Julien's Auctions is scheduled to auction Lot 685, a band-signed "Beatles '65" album at Saturday's…Continue
The only known fully signed Beatles "White Album"...(so far)... is going up for auction on November 22, 2013.at TRACKS
I didn't post a picture, because, well...we all know what that beautiful gatefold looks like when it's opened up to show the Fab Four. But wait, it gets better! This signed album has all of The Beatles signing in the yellow section, not over their black hair. That means they're all very legible. They all signed by their respective heads (not that that matters), and best of all...John Lennon and Paul McCartney, the ones sitting closest to the middle section that folds, don't sign over that…Continue
UPDATE (as of 9/8/2012): I have dropped the price of this very, very rare Beatles fully signed item to $20,000.00. As an added bonus, if you purchase this item from me, I will give you a lifetime sponshorsip of your business and Face Book page, on my website.…Continue
I was recently in Las Vegas at Antiquities and being a newby I was excited about seeing all the history in front of me. I purchased a Beatles V1 signed by all four. After getting home, I had buyers remorse. I then began to check on COA,s signed by Chris Morales and found that his authentications have been called into question. I read your article on the Forgers Best Friend. I have since been in contact with the owner of Antiquities, Toby Stoffa by emails. I asked her for a history of this…Continue
Beatles history was made on May 21. On that day, Case Antiques, a regional art and antiques auction house in Knoxville, Tenn., sold a previously unknown "Meet the Beatles" album, signed by the Fab Four.
It wasn't the price that made history. At $63,250 including the buyer's premium, the price was good, considering it was the only music piece offered in an antique and art auction, but not a particularly strong. The Hard Rock auctioned a similar one around a decade ago for about…Continue
The May 20th, 2011 Coach's Corner Auctions started about ten days ago. They list approximately 4,000 items every four weeks.
Contained within those 4,000 items each and every month are usually between 2-4 Beatles signed albums. They are usually "authenticated" by either Chris Morales or Ted Taylor (Stat Authentic/TTA).
This month Scott Malack and Lee Trythall of Coach's Corner Auctions listed eleven (11) Beatles signed items. Five (5) are "authenticated" by Ted Taylor…Continue